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New York Philharmonic|Ravel: Boléro & La valse (Stereo Version)

Ravel: Boléro & La valse (Stereo Version)

New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein

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Bolero, M. 81 (Maurice Ravel)

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Boléro, M. 81
London Symphony Orchestra
00:14:20

New York Philharmonic, Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Conductor, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2013

La Valse, M. 72 (Maurice Ravel)

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La valse, M. 72
London Symphony Orchestra
00:12:38

New York Philharmonic, Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Conductor, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2013

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