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Ernest Bloch : Sonates n°1 & n°2 "Poème mystique" - Nigun - Arvo Pärt : Fratres

Elsa Grether, violon - Ferenc Vizi, piano

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Poème mystique, Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2: Andante moderato – Animato – L'istesso tempo – Animato
00:20:24

Elsa Grether, Performer - Ferenc Vizi, Performer - Ernest Bloch, Composer

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Baal Shem, Three Pictures of Chassidic Life: Nigun
00:06:32

Elsa Grether, Performer - Ferenc Vizi, Performer - Ernest Bloch, Composer

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Sonata for violin and piano No. 1 (Ernest Bloch)

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I. Agitato
00:11:38

Elsa Grether, Performer - Ferenc Vizi, Performer - Ernest Bloch, Composer

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II. Molto Quieto
00:09:12

Elsa Grether, Performer - Ferenc Vizi, Performer - Ernest Bloch, Composer

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III. Moderato
00:07:55

Elsa Grether, Performer - Ferenc Vizi, Performer - Ernest Bloch, Composer

2012 Outhere 2012 Outhere

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Fratres (Version for Violin and Piano)
00:09:07

Elsa Grether, Performer - Ferenc Vizi, Performer - Arvo Pärt, Composer

2012 Outhere 2012 Outhere

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