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Cappella Amsterdam|Brahms: 5 Gesänge, Op. 104

Brahms: 5 Gesänge, Op. 104

Cappella Amsterdam, Daniel Reuss

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Fünf Gesänge, Op. 104 (Johannes Brahms)

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I. Nachtwache I
00:02:36

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Daniel Reuss, Conductor, MainArtist - Cappella Amsterdam, Choir, MainArtist

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II. Nachtwache II
00:01:24

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Daniel Reuss, Conductor, MainArtist - Cappella Amsterdam, Choir, MainArtist

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III. Letztes Glück
00:02:15

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Daniel Reuss, Conductor, MainArtist - Cappella Amsterdam, Choir, MainArtist

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IV. Verlorene Jugend
00:02:03

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Daniel Reuss, Conductor, MainArtist - Cappella Amsterdam, Choir, MainArtist

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V. Im Herbst
00:05:04

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Daniel Reuss, Conductor, MainArtist - Cappella Amsterdam, Choir, MainArtist

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