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Christiane Libor|Berg: Der Wein (Live)

Berg: Der Wein (Live)

Christiane Libor & American Symphony Orchestra

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Der Wein: I. Sehr langsam (Live)
Leon Botstein
00:01:18

American Symphony Orchestra, MainArtist - Alban Berg, Composer - Leon Botstein, Conductor - Universal Edition, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 American Symphony Orchestra (P) 2010 American Symphony Orchestra

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Der Wein: II. Die Seele des Weines (Live)
Leon Botstein
00:04:53

American Symphony Orchestra, MainArtist - Alban Berg, Composer - Leon Botstein, Conductor - Universal Edition, MusicPublisher - Christiane Libor, MainArtist

(C) 2010 American Symphony Orchestra (P) 2010 American Symphony Orchestra

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Der Wein: III. Der Wein der Liebenden (Live)
Leon Botstein
00:02:55

American Symphony Orchestra, MainArtist - Alban Berg, Composer - Leon Botstein, Conductor - Universal Edition, MusicPublisher - Christiane Libor, MainArtist

(C) 2010 American Symphony Orchestra (P) 2010 American Symphony Orchestra

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Der Wein: IV. Der Wein des Einsamen (Live)
Leon Botstein
00:03:10

American Symphony Orchestra, MainArtist - Alban Berg, Composer - Leon Botstein, Conductor - Universal Edition, MusicPublisher - Christiane Libor, MainArtist

(C) 2010 American Symphony Orchestra (P) 2010 American Symphony Orchestra

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