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Schoenberg: Concerto pour piano, Op. 42 & Concerto pour violon, Op. 36 (Mono Version)

Michael Gielen, Alfred Brendel, Wolfgang Marschner

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Schoenberg: Concerto pour piano, Op. 42 & Concerto pour violon, Op. 36 (Mono Version)

Michael Gielen

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Concerto pour piano, Op. 42 (Arnold Schönberg)

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Concerto pour piano, Op. 42: I. Andante 00:04:57

Südwestrundfunk Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden, Performer, Orchestra - Michael Gielen, Performer, Conductor - Alfred Brendel, Performer, Soloist - Arnold Schoenberg, Composer

1959 - BNF Collection 2013

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Concerto pour piano, Op. 42: II. Molto allegro 00:02:43

Südwestrundfunk Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden, Performer, Orchestra - Michael Gielen, Performer, Conductor - Alfred Brendel, Performer, Soloist - Arnold Schoenberg, Composer

1959 - BNF Collection 2013

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Concerto pour piano, Op. 42: III. Adagio 00:06:37

Südwestrundfunk Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden, Performer, Orchestra - Michael Gielen, Performer, Conductor - Alfred Brendel, Performer, Soloist - Arnold Schoenberg, Composer

1959 - BNF Collection 2013

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Concerto pour piano, Op. 42: IV. Finale. Giocosco 00:06:24

Südwestrundfunk Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden, Performer, Orchestra - Michael Gielen, Performer, Conductor - Alfred Brendel, Performer, Soloist - Arnold Schoenberg, Composer

1959 - BNF Collection 2013

Concerto pour violon, Op. 36 (Arnold Schönberg)

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Concerto pour violon, Op. 36: I. Poco allegro 00:12:45

Südwestrundfunk Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden, Performer, Orchestra - Michael Gielen, Performer, Conductor - Wolfgang Marschner, Performer, Soloist - Arnold Schoenberg, Composer

1959 - BNF Collection 2013

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Concerto pour violon, Op. 36: II. Andante grazioso 00:08:06

Südwestrundfunk Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden, Performer, Orchestra - Michael Gielen, Performer, Conductor - Wolfgang Marschner, Performer, Soloist - Arnold Schoenberg, Composer

1959 - BNF Collection 2013

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Concerto pour violon, Op. 36: III. Finale. Allegro 00:11:41

Südwestrundfunk Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden, Performer, Orchestra - Michael Gielen, Performer, Conductor - Wolfgang Marschner, Performer, Soloist - Arnold Schoenberg, Composer

1959 - BNF Collection 2013

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