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Trios pour piano n°6, 9 & 10 (Volume 1)

Julius Röntgen

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Trios pour piano n°6, 9 & 10 (Volume 1)

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Piano Trio No. 6 in C minor, Op. 50 (Julius Röntgen)

I. Allegro non troppo e serioso 00:07:52

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II. Andante 00:07:15

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III. Allegro non troppo 00:06:03

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Piano Trio No. 10 in A major, 'Gaudeamus' (Julius Röntgen)

I. Con moto 00:04:15

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II. Vivace 00:03:23

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III. Andante tranquillo 00:04:09

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IV. Allegro molto 00:05:06

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Piano Trio No. 9 in F minor, 'Post tenebras lux' (Julius Röntgen)

I. Allegro molto sostenuto 00:08:49

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II. Intermezzo: Poco allegro con sentimento 00:05:02

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III. Lento mesto 00:06:36

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IV. Allegro non troppo, ma agitato 00:05:03

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