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Israel Yinon|Ben-Haim: Symphony No. 1 - Fanfare to Israel -   Symphonic Metamorphosis on a Bach Chorale

Ben-Haim: Symphony No. 1 - Fanfare to Israel - Symphonic Metamorphosis on a Bach Chorale

North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Israel Yinon

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Ben-Haim: Symphony No. 1 - Fanfare to Israel - Symphonic Metamorphosis on a Bach Chorale

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Symphony No. 1 (Paul Ben-Haïm)

1
I. Allegro energico
North German Radio Symphony, Hannover
00:11:25

Israel Yinon, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Paul Ben-Haïm, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

2
II. Molto calmo e cantabile
North German Radio Symphony, Hannover
00:11:58

Israel Yinon, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Paul Ben-Haïm, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

3
III. Presto con fuoco
North German Radio Symphony, Hannover
00:08:59

Israel Yinon, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Paul Ben-Haïm, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

Fanfare to Israel (Paul Ben-Haïm)

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Fanfare to Israel
North German Radio Symphony, Hannover
00:06:46

Israel Yinon, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Paul Ben-Haïm, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

Symphonic Metamorphosis on a Bach Chorale (Paul Ben-Haïm)

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Symphonic Metamorphosis on a Bach Chorale
North German Radio Symphony, Hannover
00:18:25

Israel Yinon, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Paul Ben-Haïm, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

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