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G.P. Telemann: Oboe Concerto in E Minor, TWV 51:e1: I. Andante - II. Allegro - III. Largo - IV. Allegro (Live)

Formosa Baroque, Patrick Beaugiraud & François Fernandez

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G.P. Telemann: Oboe Concerto in E Minor, TWV 51:e1: I. Andante - II. Allegro - III. Largo - IV. Allegro (Live)
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Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer - François Fernandez, MainArtist - Patrick Beaugiraud, MainArtist - Formosa Baroque, MainArtist

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