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Fanny Mendelssohn|Reger: Piano Chamber Music, Vol. 3

Reger: Piano Chamber Music, Vol. 3

Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet

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Reger: Piano Chamber Music, Vol. 3

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Piano Quartet in D minor, Op. 113 (Max Reger)

1
I. Allegro moderato
00:12:36

Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet, Ensemble - Max Reger, Composer

(C) 1998 Troubadisc (P) 1998 Troubadisc

2
II. Vivace - Adagio - Vivace
00:07:22

Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet, Ensemble - Max Reger, Composer

(C) 1998 Troubadisc (P) 1998 Troubadisc

3
III. Larghetto
00:08:36

Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet, Ensemble - Max Reger, Composer

(C) 1998 Troubadisc (P) 1998 Troubadisc

4
IV. Allegro energico
00:08:32

Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet, Ensemble - Max Reger, Composer

(C) 1998 Troubadisc (P) 1998 Troubadisc

Piano Quartet in A minor, Op. 133 (Max Reger)

5
I. Allegro con passione
00:09:18

Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet, Ensemble - Max Reger, Composer

(C) 1998 Troubadisc (P) 1998 Troubadisc

6
II. Vivace
00:04:17

Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet, Ensemble - Max Reger, Composer

(C) 1998 Troubadisc (P) 1998 Troubadisc

7
III. Largo con gran espressione
00:06:27

Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet, Ensemble - Max Reger, Composer

(C) 1998 Troubadisc (P) 1998 Troubadisc

8
IV. Allegro con spirito
00:06:33

Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet, Ensemble - Max Reger, Composer

(C) 1998 Troubadisc (P) 1998 Troubadisc

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