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Les chefs-d'oeuvre des Étoiles du Bolchoï, Vol. 2

Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev - Richard Wagner - Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov

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Les chefs-d'oeuvre des Étoiles du Bolchoï, Vol. 2

Marc Emler

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1
Pierre et le Loup, Op. 67: La marche triomphale 00:04:03

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Sergey Prokofiev, Composer

2011 Via Classic

2
Lohengrin: Acte III: "Treulich geführt ziehet dahin" (Choeur des Noces) 00:04:55

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Richard Wagner, Composer

2011 Via Classic

3
Le Tsar Sultan: Le vol du bourdon 00:01:25

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Composer

2011 Via Classic

4
L'amour des trois oranges, Op. 33: Marche 00:01:31

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Sergey Prokofiev, Composer

2011 Via Classic

5
Coppélia: Acte I, No. 2: Valse lente 00:02:22

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Leo Delibes, Composer

2011 Via Classic

6
La Dame de Pique, Op. 68: Acte II, Scene 3: "Moi milenki druzhok" (Live) 00:02:54

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer

2011 Via Classic

7
Les contes d'Hoffmann: Barcarolle 00:03:45

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Jacques Offenbach, Composer

2011 Via Classic

8
Suite pour orchestre de jazz No. 2: VI. Valse No. 2 00:03:35

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer

2011 Via Classic

9
Paillasse: Acte I, Scène 4: "Vesti la giubba" (Live) 00:02:25

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Ruggero Leoncavallo, Composer

2011 Via Classic

10
Romeo et Juliette, Op. 64: Acte I, Scène 2: Danse des Chevaliers 00:04:55

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Sergey Prokofiev, Composer

2011 Via Classic

11
Symphonie No. 9 en Ré Mineur, Op. 125 - "Choral": Hymne à la Joie (Extrait du 4ème Mouvement) 00:02:34

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

2011 Via Classic

12
Symphonie No. 9 en Mi Mineur, Op. 95 "du Nouveau Monde": IV. Allegro con fuoco 00:10:35

L'Orchestre National du Bolchoï, Performer - Marc Emler, Performer - Antonin Dvorak, Composer

2011 Via Classic

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