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Ensemble Resonanz|Enno Poppe: Filz

Enno Poppe: Filz

Ensemble Resonanz & Enno Poppe

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Filz: I
00:10:53

Tabea Zimmermann, MainArtist - Ensemble Resonanz, MainArtist - Enno Poppe, Composer, Conductor - G. Ricordi & Co. Bühnen- und Musikverlag GmbH, Berlin, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Wergo (P) 2021 Wergo

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Filz: II
00:07:52

Tabea Zimmermann, MainArtist - Ensemble Resonanz, MainArtist - Enno Poppe, Composer, Conductor - G. Ricordi & Co. Bühnen- und Musikverlag GmbH, Berlin, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Wergo (P) 2021 Wergo

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Filz: III
00:06:51

Tabea Zimmermann, MainArtist - Ensemble Resonanz, MainArtist - Enno Poppe, Composer, Conductor - G. Ricordi & Co. Bühnen- und Musikverlag GmbH, Berlin, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Wergo (P) 2021 Wergo

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Stoff
00:19:18

Ensemble Resonanz, MainArtist - Enno Poppe, Composer, Conductor - G. Ricordi & Co. Bühnen- und Musikverlag GmbH, Berlin, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Wergo (P) 2021 Wergo

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Wald
00:26:25

Ensemble Resonanz, MainArtist - Enno Poppe, Composer, Conductor - G. Ricordi & Co. Bühnen- und Musikverlag GmbH, Berlin, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Wergo (P) 2021 Wergo

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