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Art of clarinet

Philippe Berrod

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Rhapsodie No. 1 pour clarinette et piano, L. 116 (Claude Debussy)

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Rhapsodie No. 1 pour clarinette et piano, L. 116 00:07:57

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Claire Désert, interprète - Claude Debussy, compositeur

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Trait d'union (Bruno Mantovani)

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Trait d'union (Arr. for Solo Clarinet) 00:06:00

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Bruno Mantovani, compositeur

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Sonate pour clarinette et piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 167 (Camille Saint-Saëns)

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Sonate pour clarinette et piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 167: I. Allegretto (Allegretto) 00:04:00

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Pascal Godart, interprète - Camille Saint-Saens, compositeur

Benoit d'hau

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Sonate pour clarinette et piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 167: II. Allegro animato (Allegro animato) 00:02:01

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Pascal Godart, interprète - Camille Saint-Saens, compositeur

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Sonate pour clarinette et piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 167: III. Lento (Lento) 00:04:18

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Camille Saint-Saens, compositeur

Benoit d'hau

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Sonate pour clarinette et piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 167: IV. Molto allegro (Molto allegro) 00:05:02

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Pascal Godart, interprète - Camille Saint-Saens, compositeur

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Canzonetta, Op. 19 (Gabriel Pierné)

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Canzonetta, Op. 19 (Arr. for Clarinet and Piano) 00:03:37

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Claire Désert, interprète - Gabriel Pierne, compositeur

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Sonate pour clarinette et piano, Op. 184, FP 184 (Francis Poulenc)

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Sonate pour clarinette et piano, Op. 184, FP 184: I. Allegro tristamente (Allegro tristamente) 00:05:17

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Emmanuel Strosser, interprète - Francis Poulenc, compositeur

Benoit d'hau

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Sonate pour clarinette et piano, Op. 184, FP 184: II. Romanza (Romanza) 00:05:14

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Emmanuel Strosser, interprète - Francis Poulenc, compositeur

Benoit d'hau

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Sonate pour clarinette et piano, Op. 184, FP 184: III. Allegro con fuoco (Allegro con fuoco) 00:03:17

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Emmanuel Strosser, interprète - Francis Poulenc, compositeur

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Introduction & Rondo, Op. 72 (Charles-Marie Widor)

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Introduction & Rondo, Op. 72 (Arr. for Clarinet and Piano) 00:07:10

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Nicolas Dessenne, interprète - Charles-Marie Widor, compositeur

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Introduction, thème et variations (Gioachino Rossini)

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Introduction, thème et variations (Arr. for Clarinet and Piano) 00:13:21

Philippe Berrod, interprète - Nicolas Dessenne, interprète - Gioacchino Rossini, compositeur

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