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Antoine Tamestit|Johann Sebastian Bach : Suites pour violoncelle n° 1, 3, 5 (transcriptions pour alto)

Johann Sebastian Bach : Suites pour violoncelle n° 1, 3, 5 (transcriptions pour alto)

Antoine Tamestit (alto)

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Johann Sebastian Bach : Suites pour violoncelle n° 1, 3, 5 (transcriptions pour alto)

Antoine Tamestit

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Cello suites n°1 BWV1007: I.Prelude
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Cello suites n°1 BWV1007: II.Allemande
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Cello suites n°1 BWV1007: III.Courante
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Cello suites n°1 BWV1007: IV.Sarabande
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Cello suites n°1 BWV1007: V.Menuet I - Menuet II - Menuet I
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Cello suites n°1 BWV1007: VI.Gigue
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Cello suites n°3 BWV1009: I.Prelude
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Cello suites n°3 BWV1009: II.Allemande
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Cello suites n°3 BWV1009: III.Courante
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Cello suites n°3 BWV1009: V.Sarabande
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Cello suites n°3 BWV1009: VI.Bourree I - Bourree II
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Cello suites n°3 BWV1009: VII.Gigue
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Cello suites n°5 BWV1011: I.Prelude
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Cello suites n°5 BWV1011: II.Allemande
00:05:49

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Cello suites n°5 BWV1011: III.Courante
00:02:08

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Cello suites n°5 BWV1011: IV.Sarabande
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Cello suites n°5 BWV1011: V.Gavotte I - Gavotte II - Gavotte I
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Cello suites n°5 BWV1011: VI.Gigue
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