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Audrey Andrist|Schumann: Carnaval - Phantasie (Robert Schumann)

Schumann: Carnaval - Phantasie (Robert Schumann)

Robert Schumann

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Schumann: Carnaval - Phantasie (Robert Schumann)

Audrey Andrist

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No. 1. Preambule
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No. 2. Pierrot
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No. 3. Arlequin
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No. 4. Valse noble
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No. 5. Eusebius
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No. 6. Florestan
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No. 7. Coquette
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No. 8. Replique
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No. 9. Papillons
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No. 10. ASCH - SCHA (Lettres dansantes)
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No. 11. Chiarina
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No. 12. Chopin
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No. 13. Estrella
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No. 14. Reconnaissance
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No. 15. Pantalon et Colombine
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No. 16. Valse allemande
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No. 17. Intermezzo: Paganini
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No. 18. Aveu
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No. 19. Promenade
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No. 20. Pause
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No. 21. Marche des Davidsbundler contre les Philistins
00:03:49

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I. Durchaus phantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen - Im Legendenton - Erstes tempo
00:13:05

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II. Massig
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III. Langsam getragen
00:10:23

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