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Pierre Bartholomée (Années 1970-1985)

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Pierre Bartholomée (Années 1970-1985)

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Harmonique (Pierre Bartholomée)

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Harmonique 00:19:10

Hr-sinfonieorchester - Michael Gielen, Conductor - Pierre Bartholomée, Composer

© Igloo 1987 - © 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca - ℗ Igloo 1987 - ℗ 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca

Trois pôles entrelacés (Pierre Bartholomée)

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I. Toccata 00:04:00

Ensemble Musique Nouvelle - Georges Elie Octors, Conductor - Pierre Bartholomée, Composer

© Igloo 1987 - © 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca - ℗ Igloo 1987 - ℗ 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca

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II. Ricercar 00:07:33

Ensemble Musique Nouvelle - Georges Elie Octors, Conductor - Pierre Bartholomée, Composer

© Igloo 1987 - © 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca - ℗ Igloo 1987 - ℗ 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca

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III. Canzone 00:05:29

Ensemble Musique Nouvelle - Georges Elie Octors, Conductor - Pierre Bartholomée, Composer

© Igloo 1987 - © 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca - ℗ Igloo 1987 - ℗ 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca

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IV. Ricercar, double 00:03:39

Ensemble Musique Nouvelle - Georges Elie Octors, Conductor - Pierre Bartholomée, Composer

© Igloo 1987 - © 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca - ℗ Igloo 1987 - ℗ 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca

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V. Toccata, double 00:03:03

Ensemble Musique Nouvelle - Georges Elie Octors, Conductor - Pierre Bartholomée, Composer

© Igloo 1987 - © 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca - ℗ Igloo 1987 - ℗ 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca

Fancy as a Ground (Pierre Bartholomée)

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Fancy as a Ground 00:11:01

Ensemble Musique Nouvelle - Georges Elie Octors, Conductor - Pierre Bartholomée, Composer

© Igloo 1987 - © 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca - ℗ Igloo 1987 - ℗ 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca

Ricercar (Pierre Bartholomée)

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Ricercar 00:09:10

Bl!ndman (Koen Maas, Soprano saxophone - Pieter Pellens, Alto saxophone - Piet Rebel, Tenor saxophone - Raf Minten, Baritone saxophone) - Pierre Bartholomée, Composer

© 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca - ℗ 2017 Evidence / Little Tribeca

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