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Vincent d'Indy : Œuvres orchestrales (Volume 2)

Orchestre Symphonique d’Islande - Rumon Gamba

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Symphony No. 2 in B-Flat Major, Op. 57 (Vincent d'Indy)

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Symphony No. 2 in B-Flat Major, Op. 57: I. Extremement lent 00:12:09

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Symphony No. 2 in B-Flat Major, Op. 57: II. Moderement lent 00:11:31

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Symphony No. 2 in B-Flat Major, Op. 57: III. Modere 00:05:34

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Symphony No. 2 in B-Flat Major, Op. 57: IV. Lent 00:14:59

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

Tableaux de voyage, Op. 36 (Vincent d'Indy)

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Tableaux de voyage, Op. 36: No. 1. Preambule (Preamble): Assez lent 00:01:55

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Tableaux de voyage, Op. 36: No. 2. En marche (On The Road): Joyeusement 00:02:55

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Tableaux de voyage, Op. 36: No. 3. Le glas (The Knell): Lent 00:03:29

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Tableaux de voyage, Op. 36: No. 4. Lac vert (Green Lake): Tranquillement 00:01:52

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Tableaux de voyage, Op. 36: No. 5. La poste (The Post): Assez vite 00:01:20

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Tableaux de voyage, Op. 36: No. 6. Reve (Dream): Assez lent 00:06:11

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

Karadec Suite, Op. 34 (Vincent d'Indy)

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Karadec Suite, Op. 34: I. Prelude: Mouvement de marche modere 00:04:49

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Karadec Suite, Op. 34: II. Chanson: Modere 00:02:50

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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Karadec Suite, Op. 34: III. Noce bretonne (Breton Wedding-Party): Modere sans lenteur 00:03:09

Iceland Symphony Orchestra - Rumon Gamba, conductor

2009 Chandos

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