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Nikolai Schneider|Atterberg: Cello Concerto in C Minor, Op. 21 & Horn Concerto in A Major, Op. 28

Atterberg: Cello Concerto in C Minor, Op. 21 & Horn Concerto in A Major, Op. 28

NDR Radiophilharmonie, Ari Rasilainen

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Atterberg: Cello Concerto in C Minor, Op. 21 & Horn Concerto in A Major, Op. 28

Nikolai Schneider

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Cello Concerto in C minor, Op. 21 (Kurt Atterberg)

1
I. Andante cantabile - Allegro
Nikolai Schneider
00:15:17

Nikolai Schneider, Performer - NDR Radiophilharmonie, Orchestra - Ari Rasilainen, Conductor - Kurt Atterberg, Composer

(C) 2015 CPO (P) 2015 CPO

2
II. Adagio
Nikolai Schneider
00:11:42

Nikolai Schneider, Performer - NDR Radiophilharmonie, Orchestra - Ari Rasilainen, Conductor - Kurt Atterberg, Composer

(C) 2015 CPO (P) 2015 CPO

3
III. Allegro
Nikolai Schneider
00:11:34

Nikolai Schneider, Performer - NDR Radiophilharmonie, Orchestra - Ari Rasilainen, Conductor - Kurt Atterberg, Composer

(C) 2015 CPO (P) 2015 CPO

Horn Concerto in A major, Op. 28 (Kurt Atterberg)

4
I. Allegro patetico
Johannes-Theodor Wiemes
00:07:55

Johannes-Theodor Wiemes, Performer - NDR Radiophilharmonie, Orchestra - Ari Rasilainen, Conductor - Kurt Atterberg, Composer

(C) 2015 CPO (P) 2015 CPO

5
II. Adagio
Johannes-Theodor Wiemes
00:08:00

Johannes-Theodor Wiemes, Performer - NDR Radiophilharmonie, Orchestra - Ari Rasilainen, Conductor - Kurt Atterberg, Composer

(C) 2015 CPO (P) 2015 CPO

6
III. Allegro molto
Johannes-Theodor Wiemes
00:04:54

Johannes-Theodor Wiemes, Performer - NDR Radiophilharmonie, Orchestra - Ari Rasilainen, Conductor - Kurt Atterberg, Composer

(C) 2015 CPO (P) 2015 CPO

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