Quatuor Parrenin, Jacques Parrenin, Marcel Charpentier, Michel Walès, Pierre Penassou Verdi & Borodin: Quatuors à cordes (Mono Version)

Verdi & Borodin: Quatuors à cordes (Mono Version)

Quatuor Parrenin, Jacques Parrenin, Marcel Charpentier, Michel Walès, Pierre Penassou

Released on August 27, 2015 by BnF Collection

Main artist: Quatuor Parrenin

Genre: Miscellaneous

Includes: 1 Digital booklet

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Album : 1 disk - 8 tracks Total length : 00:49:14

    Quatuor à cordes in E Minor (Giuseppe Verdi)
  1. 1 Quatuor à cordes in E Minor: I. Allegro

    Quatuor Parrenin, Orchestra, Performer - Jacques Parrenin, Performer - Marcel Charpentier, Performer - Michel Wales, Performer - Pierre Pénassou, Performer - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer Copyright : 1960 - BNF Collection 2015

  2. 2 Quatuor à cordes in E Minor: II. Andantino

    Quatuor Parrenin, Orchestra, Performer - Jacques Parrenin, Performer - Marcel Charpentier, Performer - Michel Wales, Performer - Pierre Pénassou, Performer - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer Copyright : 1960 - BNF Collection 2015

  3. 3 Quatuor à cordes in E Minor: III. Prestissimo

    Quatuor Parrenin, Orchestra, Performer - Jacques Parrenin, Performer - Marcel Charpentier, Performer - Michel Wales, Performer - Pierre Pénassou, Performer - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer Copyright : 1960 - BNF Collection 2015

  4. 4 Quatuor à cordes in E Minor: IV. Scherzo fuga. Allegro assai mosso

    Quatuor Parrenin, Orchestra, Performer - Jacques Parrenin, Performer - Marcel Charpentier, Performer - Michel Wales, Performer - Pierre Pénassou, Performer - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer Copyright : 1960 - BNF Collection 2015

  5. Quatuor à cordes No. 2 in D Major (Alexandre Borodine)
  6. 5 Quatuor à cordes No. 2 in D Major: I. Allegro moderato

    Quatuor Parrenin, Orchestra, Performer - Jacques Parrenin, Performer - Marcel Charpentier, Performer - Michel Wales, Performer - Pierre Pénassou, Performer - Alexander Borodin, Composer Copyright : 1960 - BNF Collection 2015

  7. 6 Quatuor à cordes No. 2 in D Major: II. Scherzo. Allegro

    Quatuor Parrenin, Orchestra, Performer - Jacques Parrenin, Performer - Marcel Charpentier, Performer - Michel Wales, Performer - Pierre Pénassou, Performer - Alexander Borodin, Composer Copyright : 1960 - BNF Collection 2015

  8. 7 Quatuor à cordes No. 2 in D Major: III. Nocturne. Andante

    Quatuor Parrenin, Orchestra, Performer - Jacques Parrenin, Performer - Marcel Charpentier, Performer - Michel Wales, Performer - Pierre Pénassou, Performer - Alexander Borodin, Composer Copyright : 1960 - BNF Collection 2015

  9. 8 Quatuor à cordes No. 2 in D Major: IV. Finale. Andante - Vivace

    Quatuor Parrenin, Orchestra, Performer - Jacques Parrenin, Performer - Marcel Charpentier, Performer - Michel Wales, Performer - Pierre Pénassou, Performer - Alexander Borodin, Composer Copyright : 1960 - BNF Collection 2015

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