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Various Artists|Franck: Piano Trios (Eduard Franck)

Franck: Piano Trios (Eduard Franck)

Eduard Franck

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Franck: Piano Trios (Eduard Franck)

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1
I. Allegro moderato con espressione
Lluis Claret
00:13:09

Various Artists, Contributor - Lluis Claret, cello - Klaus Hellwig, piano

2
II. Adagio con espressione
Lluis Claret
00:10:01

Various Artists, Contributor - Klaus Hellwig, piano - Lluis Claret, cello

3
III. Scherzo
Lluis Claret
00:07:23

Various Artists, Contributor - Klaus Hellwig, piano - Lluis Claret, cello

4
IV. Finale
Lluis Claret
00:09:09

Various Artists, Contributor - Lluis Claret, cello - Klaus Hellwig, piano

5
I. Allegro
Lluis Claret
00:12:39

Various Artists, Contributor - Klaus Hellwig, piano - Lluis Claret, cello

6
II. Presto
Lluis Claret
00:06:20

Various Artists, Contributor - Lluis Claret, cello - Klaus Hellwig, piano

7
III. Andante con moto
Lluis Claret
00:09:04

Various Artists, Contributor - Klaus Hellwig, piano - Lluis Claret, cello

8
IV. Allegro molto vivace
Lluis Claret
00:08:56

Various Artists, Contributor - Klaus Hellwig, piano - Lluis Claret, cello

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