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Zurich Chamber Orchestra|Bach: Concerto in E Major BWV 1042 (Live Recording, Lausanne 1975)

Bach: Concerto in E Major BWV 1042 (Live Recording, Lausanne 1975)

Arthur Grumiaux

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Bach: Concerto in E Major BWV 1042 (Live Recording, Lausanne 1975)

Zurich Chamber Orchestra

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Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042: I. Allegro
Arthur Grumiaux
00:08:04

Edmond de Stoutz, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Arthur Grumiaux, MainArtist - Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2009 Claves Records (P) 1975 Claves Records

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Violin Concerto in E Major, Bwv 1042: II. Adagio
Arthur Grumiaux
00:06:20

Edmond de Stoutz, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Arthur Grumiaux, MainArtist - Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2009 Claves Records (P) 1975 Claves Records

3
Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042: III. Allegro Assai
Arthur Grumiaux
00:03:12

Edmond de Stoutz, Conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Arthur Grumiaux, MainArtist - Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 2009 Claves Records (P) 1975 Claves Records

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