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Xavier Dayer: Chamber Music

Swiss Chamber Soloists

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Xavier Dayer: Chamber Music

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1
Solus cum Solo for Solo Cello
00:06:48
2
Come Heavy Sleep for Flute, Viola and Cello
00:09:34
3
De Umbris (II) for Flute and String Trio
00:11:40
4
Mémoire, Cercles for Oboe and String Trio
00:12:30
5
Nocturne for Oboe, Flute and String Trio
00:14:44

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