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Joseph Kalichstein|Concerto pour piano, violon & violoncelle - Symphonie n° 10

Concerto pour piano, violon & violoncelle - Symphonie n° 10

Ludwig van Beethoven

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Concerto pour piano, violon & violoncelle - Symphonie n° 10

Joseph Kalichstein

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Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello & Piano in C Major, Op. 56 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

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I. Allegro
Joseph Kalichstein
00:18:34

Trio Kalichstein - Laredo - Robinson - Joseph Kalichstein, piano - Jaime Laredo, violon - Sharon Robinson, violoncelle - English Chamber Orchestra - Sir Alexander Gibson, direction

(C) 1988 Chandos (P) 1988 Chandos

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II. Largo
Joseph Kalichstein
00:05:14

Trio Kalichstein - Laredo - Robinson - Joseph Kalichstein, piano - Jaime Laredo, violon - Sharon Robinson, violoncelle - English Chamber Orchestra - Sir Alexander Gibson, direction

(C) 1988 Chandos (P) 1988 Chandos

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III. Rondo alla polacca
Joseph Kalichstein
00:13:24

Trio Kalichstein - Laredo - Robinson - Joseph Kalichstein, piano - Jaime Laredo, violon - Sharon Robinson, violoncelle - English Chamber Orchestra - Sir Alexander Gibson, direction

(C) 1988 Chandos (P) 1988 Chandos

Symphony No. 10 in E-Flat Major (Ludwig van Beethoven)

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Symphony No. 10 in E-Flat Major: I. Andante - Allegro - Andante (realized and completed by B. Cooper) [Realized and Completed by B. Cooper]
City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
00:15:49

Trio Kalichstein - Laredo - Robinson - Joseph Kalichstein, piano - Jaime Laredo, violon - Sharon Robinson, violoncelle - English Chamber Orchestra - Sir Alexander Gibson, direction

(C) 1988 Chandos (P) 1988 Chandos

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