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Ottavio Dantone|Il Tamerlano (Il Bajazet)

Il Tamerlano (Il Bajazet)

Ottavio Dantone, Accademia Bizantina, Bruno Taddia, Filippo Mineccia, Delphine Galou, Sophie Rennert, Marina De Liso, Arianna Vendittelli

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Il Tamerlano (Il Bajazet)

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Il Tamerlano (Il Bajazet), RV 703: "Sinfonia. Allegro"

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Delphine Galou, MainArtist - Accademia Bizantina, Orchestra, MainArtist - Marina De Liso, MainArtist - Ottavio Dantone, Conductor, MainArtist - Filippo Mineccia, MainArtist - Bruno Taddia, MainArtist - Arianna Vendittelli, MainArtist - Sophie Rennert, MainArtist

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