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Etsuko Hirosé|Chopin : Ballades & Nocturnes

Chopin : Ballades & Nocturnes

Etsuko Hirose, piano

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Chopin : Ballades & Nocturnes

Etsuko Hirosé

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Ballade en sol mineur n°1 opus 23 (Frédéric Chopin)

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Ballade en sol mineur n°1 opus 23: Ballade en Sol Mineur No. 1, Op 23
00:10:04

Etsuko Hirose, piano

2010 Mirare

Nocturne en mi bémol majeur opus 9 n°2 (Frédéric Chopin)

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Nocturne No. 2 en Mi-bémol Majeur, Op 9
00:03:58

Etsuko Hirose, piano

2010 Mirare

Ballade en fa majeur n°2 opus 38 (Frédéric Chopin)

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Ballade en fa majeur n°2 opus 38: Ballade No. 2 en Fa Majeur, Op 38
00:07:11

Etsuko Hirose, piano

2010 Mirare

Nocturne en fa dièse majeur opus 15 n°2 (Frédéric Chopin)

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Nocturne en fa dièse majeur opus 15 n°2: Nocturne No. 2 en Fa-dièse Majeur, Op 15
00:03:23

Etsuko Hirose, piano

2010 Mirare

Ballade en la bémol majeur n°3 opus 47 (Frédéric Chopin)

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Ballade en la bémol majeur n°3 opus 47: Ballade No.3 en La-bémol Majeur, Op 47
00:07:38

Etsuko Hirose, piano

2010 Mirare

Nocturne en fa majeur opus 15 n°1 (Frédéric Chopin)

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Nocturne en fa majeur opus 15 n°1: Nocturne No.1 en Fa Majeur, Op 15
00:04:24

Etsuko Hirose, piano

2010 Mirare

Ballade en fa mineur n°4 opus 52 (Frédéric Chopin)

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Ballade en fa mineur n°4 opus 52: Ballade No. 4 en Fa Mineur, Op 52
00:12:01

Etsuko Hirose, piano

2010 Mirare

Nocturne en do mineur opus 48 n°1 (Frédéric Chopin)

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Nocturne en do mineur opus 48 n°1: Nocturne No. 1 en Do Mineur, Op 48
00:06:15

Etsuko Hirose, piano

2010 Mirare

Fantaisie en fa mineur opus 49 (Frédéric Chopin)

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Fantaisie en fa mineur opus 49: Fantaisie en Fa Mineur, Op 49
00:13:11

Etsuko Hirose, piano

2010 Mirare

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