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Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela|Les Maîtres latino-américains (Eduardo Mata)

Les Maîtres latino-américains (Eduardo Mata)

Eduardo Mata

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No. 1. Pavana
Eduardo Mata
00:09:38

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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No. 2. Organum
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00:08:47

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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No. 3. Xilofono
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Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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I. Preludio: Adagio
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Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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II. Aria: Largo
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Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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III. Dansa: Andantino moderato
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00:05:07

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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IV. Toccata: Un poco moderato
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00:04:37

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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Mediodia en el Llano (Noon on the Prairie)
Eduardo Mata
00:07:28

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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Sinfonia india, "Symphony No. 2"
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00:12:12

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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