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Claire Chevallier|Liszt: Fever

Liszt: Fever

Claire Chevallier

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Liszt: Fever

Claire Chevallier

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Andante lagrimoso (Franz Liszt)

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Andante lagrimoso
00:08:53

Claire Chevallier, Primary - Franz Liszt, Composer

2011 La Dolce Volta La Prima Volta 2011

Mephisto-Walzer no1 (Franz Liszt)

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Mephisto-Walzer no1
00:12:27

Claire Chevallier, Primary - Franz Liszt, Composer

2011 La Dolce Volta La Prima Volta 2011

La lugubre gondola no2 (Franz Liszt)

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La lugubre gondola no2
00:10:19

Claire Chevallier, Primary - Franz Liszt, Composer

2011 La Dolce Volta La Prima Volta 2011

Saint-François d'Assise, La Prédication aux oiseaux (Franz Liszt)

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Saint-François d'Assise, La Prédication aux oiseaux
00:11:28

Claire Chevallier, Primary - Franz Liszt, Composer

2011 La Dolce Volta La Prima Volta 2011

Saint-François de Paule marchant sur les flots (Franz Liszt)

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Saint-François de Paule marchant sur les flots
00:10:20

Claire Chevallier, Primary - Franz Liszt, Composer

2011 La Dolce Volta La Prima Volta 2011

Funérailles (Franz Liszt)

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Funérailles
00:14:06

Claire Chevallier, Primary - Franz Liszt, Composer

2011 La Dolce Volta La Prima Volta 2011

Wiegenlied (Franz Liszt)

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Wiegenlied
00:04:32

Claire Chevallier, Primary - Franz Liszt, Composer

2011 La Dolce Volta La Prima Volta 2011

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