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Dieter Flury|Aero: Contemporary Works for Flute

Aero: Contemporary Works for Flute

Dieter Flury

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Aero: Contemporary Works for Flute

Dieter Flury

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Capricci (John G. Bilotta)

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Capricci
00:05:04

John G. Bilotta, Composer - Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist - Ieva Osa, Artist

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

Colors (Mari Kotskyy)

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Colors
00:05:14

Bruno Philipp, Artist - Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist - Ieva Osa, Artist - Mari Kotskyy, Composer

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

The Glass of Absinthe (Carl Vollrath)

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The Glass of Absinthe
00:08:51

Carl Vollrath, Composer - Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist - Ieva Osa, Artist

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

Romance for Flute & Piano (Marvin J. Carlton)

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Romance for Flute & Piano
00:06:49

Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist - Ieva Osa, Artist - Marvin J. Carlton, Composer

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

Waltz for Flute & Cello (Andrew Lewinter)

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Waltz for Flute & Cello
00:06:41

Andrew Lewinter, Composer - Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist - Branimir Pustički, Artist

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

3 Lais (Allen Brings)

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3 Lais: No. 1, —
00:02:45

Allen Brings, Composer - Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

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3 Lais: No. 2, —
00:01:24

Allen Brings, Composer - Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

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3 Lais: No. 3, —
00:02:35

Allen Brings, Composer - Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

Ondine's Flute (Kenneth Eggert)

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Ondine's Flute
00:04:55

Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist - Kenneth Eggert, Composer

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

Mad Rush to the End (Arr. for Flute Duet) (Charles Savage)

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Mad Rush to the End (Arr. for Flute Duet)
00:03:31

Dieter Flury, Artist, MainArtist - Dijana Bistrović, Artist - Charles Savage, Composer

(C) 2020 Navona (P) 2020 Navona

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