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MAGNARD: Symphony No. 1 in C minor / Symphony No. 3 in B flat minor

Alberic Magnard

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MAGNARD: Symphony No. 1 in C minor / Symphony No. 3 in B flat minor

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Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 4 (Alberic Magnard)

1
I. Strepitoso - Andante - Allegro marcato - Andante
00:10:38

, Contributor - Thomas Sanderling, Conductor

(C) 1999 BIS (P) 1999 BIS

2
II. Religioso. (Largo) - Andante - Largo
00:09:53

, Contributor - Thomas Sanderling, Conductor

(C) 1999 BIS (P) 1999 BIS

3
III. Presto
00:04:04

, Contributor - Thomas Sanderling, Conductor

(C) 1999 BIS (P) 1999 BIS

4
IV. Molto energico - Meno mosso - Premier Tempo - Largo
00:09:27

, Contributor - Thomas Sanderling, Conductor

(C) 1999 BIS (P) 1999 BIS

Symphony No. 3 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 11 (Alberic Magnard)

5
I. Introduction et ouverture. Modéré - Vif - Movement de l'introduction
00:15:20

, Contributor - Thomas Sanderling, Conductor

(C) 1999 BIS (P) 1999 BIS

6
II. Danses. Tres vif - Dedoublez - Premier Movement
00:06:37

, Contributor - Thomas Sanderling, Conductor

(C) 1999 BIS (P) 1999 BIS

7
III. Pastorale. Modéré
00:11:47

, Contributor - Thomas Sanderling, Conductor

(C) 1999 BIS (P) 1999 BIS

8
IV. Finale. Vif
00:11:05

, Contributor - Thomas Sanderling, Conductor

(C) 1999 BIS (P) 1999 BIS

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