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Magdalena Müllerperth|Grand Piano Masters: Schumann: Fantasy Pieces Opus 12

Grand Piano Masters: Schumann: Fantasy Pieces Opus 12

Magdalena Mullerperth

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Grand Piano Masters: Schumann: Fantasy Pieces Opus 12

Magdalena Müllerperth

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Fantasiestücke, op. 12 (Robert Schumann)

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No. 1. Des Abends
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Magdalena Müllerperth, piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

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No. 2. Aufschwung
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No. 3. Warum?
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No. 4. Grillen
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No. 5. In der Nacht
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No. 6. Fabel
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No. 7. Traumes Wirren
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No. 8. Ende vom Lied
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