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Helmut Wolf|Smyth: Mass in D major (Ethel Smyth)

Smyth: Mass in D major (Ethel Smyth)

Ethel Smyth

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Smyth: Mass in D major (Ethel Smyth)

Helmut Wolf

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1
Kyrie
00:09:29

Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Wuerttemberg Philharmonic Reutlingen, The, Orchestra

2
Credo
00:16:09

Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Wuerttemberg Philharmonic Reutlingen, The, Orchestra

3
Sanctus
00:04:42

Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Wuerttemberg Philharmonic Reutlingen, The, Orchestra - Helmut Wolf, Conductor

4
Benedictus
00:05:41

Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Wuerttemberg Philharmonic Reutlingen, The, Orchestra

5
Agnus Dei
00:08:41

Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Wuerttemberg Philharmonic Reutlingen, The, Orchestra - Helmut Wolf, Conductor

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Gloria
00:16:16

Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Helmut Wolf, Conductor - Wuerttemberg Philharmonic Reutlingen, The, Orchestra

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