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Improvise en concert à Notre-Dame de Paris

Pierre Cochereau

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Improvise en concert à Notre-Dame de Paris

Pierre Cochereau

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15 Versets improvisés sur "Ave Maris Stella" (Pierre Cochereau)

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: I. Anches 16, 8, 4 00:02:00

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: II. Fonds 8 00:02:16

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: III. Cornet 16 00:02:29

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: IV. Flûtes 00:02:34

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: V. Grand Jeu de Tierce 00:02:37

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: VI. Scherzo 00:03:41

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: VII. Fonds 16, 8, 4 00:03:22

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: VIII. Duo de chamades 00:02:47

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: IX. Solo de clarinettes 00:02:58

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: X. Grand Plein-Jeu 32 00:03:32

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: XI. Trio 00:02:10

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: XII. Dialogue 00:01:43

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: XIII. Ondulants 00:02:32

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: XIV. Cornet - Cromorne 00:01:55

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15 Improvised Verses on “Ave Maris Stella”: XV. Toccata 00:05:59

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Variations improvisées sur un vieux Noël (Pierre Cochereau)

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Improvised Variations on an old Christmas Theme: I. Theme 00:00:36

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Improvised Variations on an old Christmas Theme: II. Variations 00:22:03

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