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Anthony Caillet|Libertalia (French Contemporary Works for Euphonium)

Libertalia (French Contemporary Works for Euphonium)

Anthony Caillet

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Libertalia (French Contemporary Works for Euphonium)

Anthony Caillet

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Libertalia
Claude Kesmaecker
00:13:48

Anthony Caillet, Performer - Orchestre d'Harmonie de la musique de l'air, Performer - Claude Kesmaecker, Performer - Maxime Aulio, Composer

2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna 2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna

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Faux mouvements
Claude Kesmaecker
00:10:21

Anthony Caillet, Performer - Orchestre d'Harmonie de la musique de l'air, Performer - Claude Kesmaecker, Performer - Arnaud Boukhitine, Composer

2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna 2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna

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Paroles
Claude Kesmaecker
00:12:11

Anthony Caillet, Performer - Orchestre d'Harmonie de la musique de l'air, Performer - Claude Kesmaecker, Performer - Jean-François Baud, Composer

2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna 2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna

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Le binôme bigarré
Claude Kesmaecker
00:09:33

Anthony Caillet, Performer - Orchestre d'Harmonie de la musique de l'air, Performer - Claude Kesmaecker, Performer - Paul Lay, Composer

2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna 2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna

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Tangothique
Claude Kesmaecker
00:10:22

Anthony Caillet, Performer - Orchestre d'Harmonie de la musique de l'air, Performer - Claude Kesmaecker, Performer - Marc Lys, Composer

2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna 2012 Anthony Caillet, under exclusive license to Artalinna

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