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Handel : Water Music

Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin

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Handel : Water Music

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Water Music, Suite No. 1, HWV 348 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

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I. Overture. Largo - Allegro 00:03:12

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II. Adagio e staccato 00:02:08

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III. [Allegro] 00:02:08

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IV. Andante - [Allegro] da capo 00:04:30

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V. [Allegro] 00:02:47

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VI. Air 00:03:11

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VII. Minuet 00:02:23

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VIII. Bourrée 00:01:10

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IX. Hornpipe 00:01:30

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X. [Allegro moderato] 00:03:41

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Water Music, Suite No. 2, HWV 349 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

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XI. [Allegro] 00:02:00

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XII. [Alla Hornpipe] 00:03:43

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XIII. [Minuet] 00:02:49

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XIV. [Rigaudon 1] 00:01:07

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XV. [Rigaudon 2] - XIV. [Rigaudon 1] 00:01:28

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Water Music, Suite No. 3, HWV 350 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

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XVI. Lentement 00:01:59

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XVII. [Bourrée] 00:01:14

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XVIII. Menuet [1] 00:00:56

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XIX. [Menuet 2] 00:01:36

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XX. [Gigue 1] - XXI. [Gigue 2] da capo 00:02:11

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XXIi. Minuet (Coro) 00:02:39

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