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Severin von Eckardstein|Debussy: Images, Book 2

Debussy: Images, Book 2

Severin von Eckardstein

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Debussy: Images, Book 2

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Images, Book 2, L. 111 (Claude Debussy)

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No. 1. Cloches a travers les feuilles
00:04:22

Severin von Eckardstein, Performer - Claude Debussy, Composer

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No. 2. Et la lune descend sur le temple qui fut
00:04:59

Severin von Eckardstein, Performer - Claude Debussy, Composer

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No. 3. Poissons d'or
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Severin von Eckardstein, Performer - Claude Debussy, Composer

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