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Franz Vorraber|Franz Vorraber: Concerto classico for Piano & String Orchestra, Op. 37

Franz Vorraber: Concerto classico for Piano & String Orchestra, Op. 37

Castle Chamber Orchestra, Franz Vorraber

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Concerto classico for Piano & String Orchestra, Op. 37 (Franz Vorraber)

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I. Allegro
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Franz Vorraber, Composer, Performer - Castle Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

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II. Andante
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Franz Vorraber, Composer, Performer - Castle Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

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III. Allegro
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Franz Vorraber, Composer, Performer - Castle Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra

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