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Symfonische muziek - Verschenen op 2 augustus 2011 | BIS

Hi-Res Booklet Onderscheidingen Diapason d'or de l'année - Diapason d'or / Arte

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  • Rachmaninov: Trifonov's final destination
    Rachmaninov: Trifonov's final destination The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Yannick Nézet-Seguin accompany the Russian virtuoso on the final stretch of his Rachmaninov journey.
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    Hanson takes on Haydn Qobuzissime for the spectacular first album by the Quatuor Hanson, an inspired tribute to Joseph Haydn.
  • Sun Rings : The Overview Effect, In Music
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  • 33: Ghraichy's Imagination
    33: Ghraichy's Imagination Simon Ghraichy's 33 is in 24-Bit Hi-Res on Qobuz!
  • The tale retold
    The tale retold Ever since he was a boy, Pink Floyd's bassist Roger Waters has been haunted by his father's death in the Second World
  • Caballé forever!
    Caballé forever! The opera legend, Spanish soprano Montserrat Caballé has passed away at the age of 85...
  • Calculated to electrify
    Calculated to electrify Built to specifications set down by Joseph Goebbels for the 1936 Olympic Games as a showcase of triumphant Nazism, this open-air stage was inspired by the ancient theatre of Epidaurus, and had almo...
  • Episode III
    Episode III In 2004, he said that his album Solo Piano was a project that had relieved him of a variety of complexes that he had had about the relationship of his music to his character. How to sum up this sin...
  • The return of Peirani's 'Living Being'
    The return of Peirani's 'Living Being' To say that Vincent Peirani shook the world of jazz accordion is an understatement...