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Nathanaël Gouin|Liszt Macabre

Liszt Macabre

Nathanaël Gouin

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Mephisto Waltz No. 2, S. 515 (Franz Liszt)

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Mephisto Waltz No. 2, S. 515
00:12:15

Nathanaël Gouin, Piano - Franz Liszt, Composer

2017 Mirare Mirare 2017

Harmonies poétiques et religieuses III, S. 173 (Franz Liszt)

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IV. Pensée des morts
00:14:08

Nathanaël Gouin, Piano - Franz Liszt, Composer

2017 Mirare Mirare 2017

Totentanz, paraphrase on Dies Irae, solo piano, S. 525 (Franz Liszt)

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Totentanz, paraphrase on Dies Irae, solo piano, S. 525
00:16:44

Nathanaël Gouin, Piano - Franz Liszt, Composer

2017 Mirare Mirare 2017

Harmonies poétiques et religieuses III, S. 173 (Franz Liszt)

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VII. Funérailles
00:12:45

Nathanaël Gouin, Piano - Franz Liszt, Composer

2017 Mirare Mirare 2017

Csárdás macabre, S. 224 (Franz Liszt)

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Csárdás macabre, S. 224
00:08:09

Nathanaël Gouin, Piano - Franz Liszt, Composer

2017 Mirare Mirare 2017

Faust Symphony, S. 513 (Arr. For Solo Piano) (Franz Liszt)

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II. Gretchen
00:19:05

Nathanaël Gouin, Piano - Franz Liszt, Composer

2017 Mirare Mirare 2017

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