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Edward Elgar : Symphony No. 1 & Cockaigne Overture

Kungliga Filharmonikerna - Sakari Oramo

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Edward Elgar : Symphony No. 1 & Cockaigne Overture

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Symphony No. 1 in A-Flat Major, Op. 55* (Edward Elgar)

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Symphony No. 1 in A-Flat Major, Op. 55*: I. Andante nobilmente e semplice - Allegro 00:19:34

Kungliga Filharmonikerna, Orchestra - Sakari Oramo, Conductor - Edward Elgar, Composer

2014 BIS

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Symphony No. 1 in A-Flat Major, Op. 55*: II. Allegro molto 00:08:17

Kungliga Filharmonikerna, Orchestra - Sakari Oramo, Conductor - Edward Elgar, Composer

2014 BIS

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Symphony No. 1 in A-Flat Major, Op. 55*: III. Adagio 00:12:00

Kungliga Filharmonikerna, Orchestra - Sakari Oramo, Conductor - Edward Elgar, Composer

2014 BIS

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Symphony No. 1 in A-Flat Major, Op. 55*: IV. Lento - Allegro 00:12:42

Kungliga Filharmonikerna, Orchestra - Sakari Oramo, Conductor - Edward Elgar, Composer

2014 BIS

Cockaigne, Op. 40, "In London Town" (Edward Elgar)

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Cockaigne, Op. 40, "In London Town" 00:14:42

Kungliga Filharmonikerna, Orchestra - Sakari Oramo, Conductor - Edward Elgar, Composer

2014 BIS

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