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Liszt Ricordanza Doce Estudios Trascendentales

Serouj Kradjian

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Liszt Ricordanza Doce Estudios Trascendentales

Serouj Kradjian

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: I. Preludio
00:01:02

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: II. Molto Vivace
00:02:17

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: III. Paysage
00:05:25

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: IV. Mazeppa
00:07:54

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: V. Feux follets
00:03:52

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: VI. Vision
00:05:27

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: VII. Eroica
00:05:02

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: VIII. Wilde Jagd
00:05:08

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: IX. Ricordanza
00:11:36

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: X. Allegro Con Brio
00:04:50

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: XI. Harmonies du soir
00:09:28

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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12 Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S. 139: XII. Chasse-neige
00:06:02

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C-Sharp Minor, S. 244 No. 2
00:09:37

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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Liebesträum No. 3 in A-Flat Major, S. 541
00:05:05

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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Grand galop chromatique, S. 219
00:03:41

Franz Liszt, Composer - Serouj Kradjian, Piano, MainArtist

© 2020 Warner Music Spain S.L. ℗ 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

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