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Rias Symphony Orchestra|Edition Ferenc Fricsay, Vol. 4 (1951, 1952) (Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky - Franz Liszt)

Edition Ferenc Fricsay, Vol. 4 (1951, 1952) (Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky - Franz Liszt)

Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky - Franz Liszt

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I. Allegro brillante
Ferenc Fricsay
00:19:52

RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Ferenc Fricsay, Conductor - RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

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II. Andante non troppo
Rias Symphony Orchestra
00:08:01

RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Ferenc Fricsay, Conductor - RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

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III. Allegro con fuoco
Ferenc Fricsay
00:07:34

RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Ferenc Fricsay, Conductor - RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

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Allegro maestoso
Rias Symphony Orchestra
00:05:16

RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Ferenc Fricsay, Conductor - RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

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Quasi adagio -
Ferenc Fricsay
00:04:27

RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Ferenc Fricsay, Conductor - RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

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Allegretto vivace - Allegro animato
Rias Symphony Orchestra
00:04:10

RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Ferenc Fricsay, Conductor - RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

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Allegro marziale animato
Ferenc Fricsay
00:04:21

RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Ferenc Fricsay, Conductor - RIAS Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

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