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Variazioni su un tema rococò per violoncello e orchestra op.33

Pierre Fournier, Malcolm Sargent, PhilharmoniaOrchestra

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Variazioni su un tema rococò per violoncello e orchestra op.33

Pierre Fournier, Malcolm Sargent, PhilharmoniaOrchestra

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Pierre Fournier, Artist, Soloist - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Malcolm Sargent, Conductor, Artist - PhilharmoniaOrchestra, Malcolm Sargent, Pierre Fournier, MainArtist - PhilharmoniaOrchestra, Orchestra, Artist

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