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Grigory Sokolov|Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1

Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1

Grigory Sokolov

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Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor, Op. 11 (Frédéric Chopin)

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I. Allegro maestoso
00:21:36

Grigory Sokolov, Main Artist, Piano - Frédéric Chopin, Composer - Oskar Waldeck, Producer - Hans-Richard Stracke, Producer - Münchner Philharmoniker, Associated Performer - Horst Lindner, Recording Engineer - Witold Rowicki, Conductor

(P) 2016 Remastered. Originally released 1978 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

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II. Romanze. Larghetto
00:11:52

Grigory Sokolov, Main Artist, Piano - Frédéric Chopin, Composer - Oskar Waldeck, Producer - Hans-Richard Stracke, Producer - Münchner Philharmoniker, Associated Performer - Horst Lindner, Recording Engineer - Witold Rowicki, Conductor

(P) 2016 Remastered. Originally released 1978 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

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III. Rondo. Vivace
00:09:51

Grigory Sokolov, Main Artist, Piano - Frédéric Chopin, Composer - Oskar Waldeck, Producer - Hans-Richard Stracke, Producer - Münchner Philharmoniker, Associated Performer - Horst Lindner, Recording Engineer - Witold Rowicki, Conductor

(P) 2016 Remastered. Originally released 1978 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

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