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Elégie Pur Les Villes Détruites

Cappella Amsterdam & Doelenensemble

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Elegie pour les villes détruites: I. Lento
00:01:11

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Ton de Leeuw, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Elegie pour les villes détruites: II. -
00:03:06

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Ton de Leeuw, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Elegie pour les villes détruites: III. Lento
00:04:07

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Ton de Leeuw, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Elegie pour les villes détruites: IV. -
00:04:04

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Ton de Leeuw, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Elegie pour les villes détruites: V. -
00:05:19

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Ton de Leeuw, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Abdicacao
00:07:11

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Klaas de Vries, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Aed Mac Ainmirech: I. Come and Dance With Me in Ireland, Part 1
00:01:53

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Aed Mac Ainmirech: II. Adzed-Head
00:02:48

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Aed Mac Ainmirech: III. The Ulster Cycle, The Brown Bull
00:01:05

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Aed Mac Ainmirech: IV. The Ulster Cycle, The Armies Enter Cuailnge
00:00:31

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Aed Mac Ainmirech: V. The Ulster Cycle, Before the Last Battle
00:00:27

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Aed Mac Ainmirech: VI. Tara
00:02:47

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Aed Mac Ainmirech: VII. Come and Dance With Me in Ireland, Part 2
00:02:01

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Posjlost: I. Presto
00:04:12

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Posjlost: II. Adante
00:06:59

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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Posjlost: III. Allegro
00:03:49

Cappella Amsterdam, MainArtist - Hans Koolmees, Composer - Doelenensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Q Disc (P) 2014 Q Disc

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