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Violin Sonata in G Minor, HWV 364a, Op. 1 No. 6a/I. Larghetto

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Violin Sonata in G Minor, HWV 364a, Op. 1 No. 6a: I. Larghetto 00:01:49

Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer - Il Rossignolo, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Ottaviano Tenerani, Harpsichord - Florian Deuter, Violin - Manolo Nardi, Engineer

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