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Debussy & Caplet: Chamber Works

Marielle Nordmann

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String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 10 (Claude Debussy)

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String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 10: I. Anime et tres decide 00:06:55

Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - Claude Debussy, Composer

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String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 10: II. Assez vif et bien rythme 00:03:44

Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - Claude Debussy, Composer

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String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 10: III. Andantino doucement expressif 00:07:27

Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - Claude Debussy, Composer

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String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 10: IV. Tres modere 00:07:26

Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - Claude Debussy, Composer

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2 Danses, 'Danses sacree et profane' (version for harp and solo strings) (Claude Debussy)

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2 Danses, "Danses sacree et profane" (version for harp and solo strings): No. 1. Danse sacree 00:04:50

Marielle Nordmann, Performer - Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - Yann Dubost, Performer - Claude Debussy, Composer

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2 Danses, "Danses sacree et profane" (version for harp and solo strings): No. 2. Danse profane 00:05:04

Marielle Nordmann, Performer - Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - Yann Dubost, Performer - Claude Debussy, Composer

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Les prieres (André Caplet)

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Les prieres: No. 1. Oraison dominicale 00:03:18

Françoise Masset, Performer - Marielle Nordmann, Performer - Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - Yann Dubost, Performer - Anonymous, Lyricist - André Caplet, Composer

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Les prieres: No. 2. Salutation angelique 00:01:29

Françoise Masset, Performer - Marielle Nordmann, Performer - Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - Yann Dubost, Performer - Anonymous, Lyricist - André Caplet, Composer

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Les prieres: No. 3. Symbole des apotres 00:04:50

Françoise Masset, Performer - Marielle Nordmann, Performer - Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - Yann Dubost, Performer - Anonymous, Lyricist - André Caplet, Composer

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Conte fantastique (André Caplet)

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Conte fantastique 00:17:17

Marielle Nordmann, Performer - Quatuor Debussy, Ensemble - André Caplet, Composer

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