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Antoine Tamestit|Shostakovitch

Shostakovitch

Alfred Schnittke - Dmitry Shostakovich

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Concerto for viola and orchestra: I. Largo
00:04:39

Antoine Tamestit, interprète - Alfred Schnittke, compositeur

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Concerto for viola and orchestra: II. Allegro molto
00:12:52

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Concerto for viola and orchestra: III. Largo
00:16:11

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Sonata for viola and piano: I. Moderato
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Antoine Tamestit, interprète - Dmitry Shostakovich, compositeur

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Sonata for viola and piano: II. Allegretto
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Sonata for viola and piano: III. Adagio
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