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Wilhelm Kempff|Karajan, Vol. 2 (1956) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Karajan, Vol. 2 (1956) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Karajan, Vol. 2 (1956) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Wilhelm Kempff

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I. Allegro
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00:14:06

Wilhelm Kempff, piano - Herbert von Karajan, Conductor - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

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II. Romance
Berliner Philharmoniker
00:09:09

Wilhelm Kempff, piano - Herbert von Karajan, Conductor - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

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III. Rondo: Allegro assai
Wilhelm Kempff
00:07:35

Wilhelm Kempff, piano - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert von Karajan, Conductor

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I. Allegro vivace
Wilhelm Kempff
00:08:10

Wilhelm Kempff, piano - Herbert von Karajan, Conductor

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II. Andante cantabile
Wilhelm Kempff
00:09:03

Wilhelm Kempff, piano - Herbert von Karajan, Conductor

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III. Menuetto: Allegretto
Wilhelm Kempff
00:04:54

Wilhelm Kempff, piano - Herbert von Karajan, Conductor

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IV. Molto Allegro
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00:05:54

Wilhelm Kempff, piano - Herbert von Karajan, Conductor

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