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Joyce DiDonato|EDEN - Mysliveček: Adamo ed Eva, Pt. 2: "Toglierò le sponde al mare"

EDEN - Mysliveček: Adamo ed Eva, Pt. 2: "Toglierò le sponde al mare"

Joyce DiDonato

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EDEN - Mysliveček: Adamo ed Eva, Pt. 2: "Toglierò le sponde al mare"

Joyce DiDonato

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Adamo ed Eva, Pt. 2: "Toglierò le sponde al mare"
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Joyce DiDonato, Mezzo-soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Josef Myslivecek, Composer - Maxim Emelyanychev, Conductor, Harpsichord - Il pomo d’oro, Ensemble - Giovanni Granelli, Poet

A Warner Classics/Erato release, © 2022 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 2022 Parlophone Records Limited

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