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Marcus Bosch|Œuvres originales et Adaptations pour Orchestre de chambre

Œuvres originales et Adaptations pour Orchestre de chambre

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Œuvres originales et Adaptations pour Orchestre de chambre

Marcus Bosch

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1
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Act III: Vorspiel (Arr. for Chamber Orchestra)
Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden
00:05:14

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

2
Fünf Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck: No. 1, Der Engel (Arr. for Chamber Orchestra)
Marcus Bosch
00:03:08

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden, Orchestra

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

3
Fünf Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck: No. 2, Stehe still! (Arr. for Chamber Orchestra)
Marcus Bosch
00:03:59

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden, Orchestra

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

4
Fünf Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck: No. 3, Im Treibhaus (Arr. for Chamber Orchestra)
Marcus Bosch
00:05:31

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden, Orchestra

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

5
Fünf Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck: No. 4, Schmerzen (Arr. for Chamber Orchestra)
Marcus Bosch
00:02:11

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden, Orchestra

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

6
Fünf Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck: No. 5, Träume (Arr. for Chamber Orchestra)
Marcus Bosch
00:04:32

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden, Orchestra

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

7
Siegfried: Waldweben (Arr. for Chamber Orchestra)
Marcus Bosch
00:08:11

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

8
Sieben Kompositionen zu Goethes Faust: No. 6, Meine Ruh ist hin
Marcus Bosch
00:02:03

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden, Orchestra

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

9
Les adieux de Marie Stuart
Marcus Bosch
00:06:04

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden, Orchestra

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

10
Siegfried-Idyll
Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden
00:17:35

Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano - Marcus Bosch, Conductor

2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG 2008 Mielke Bergfeld Musikproduktion oHG

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