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Désiré N'Kaoua - L'Œuvre pour piano

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L'Œuvre pour piano

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Cinq Pièces pour piano

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Five Piano Pieces: I. Aubade 00:04:31

Désiré N'Kaoua, piano

Solstice 1991

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Five Piano Pieces: II. Ballabile 00:01:27

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Five Piano Pieces: III. Caprice 00:02:20

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Five Piano Pieces: IV. Feuillet d’album 00:01:40

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Five Piano Pieces: V. Ronde champêtre 00:03:50

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Habanera

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Habanera 00:04:19

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Impromptu

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Impromptu 00:05:35

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Pièces pittoresques

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Picturesque Pieces: I. Paysage 00:05:47

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Picturesque Pieces: II. Mélancolie 00:01:54

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Picturesque Pieces: III. Tourbillon 00:01:32

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Picturesque Pieces: IV. Sous-bois 00:04:00

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Picturesque Pieces: V. Mauresque 00:02:54

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Picturesque Pieces: VI. Idylle 00:03:39

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Picturesque Pieces: VII. Danse villageoise 00:04:10

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Picturesque Pieces: VIII. Improvisation 00:04:29

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Picturesque Pieces: IX. Menuet pompeux 00:05:55

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Picturesque Pieces: X. Scherzo-Valse 00:04:15

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Air de ballet

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Air de ballet 00:03:44

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Bourrée fantasque

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Bourrée fantasque 00:06:08

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Solstice 1991

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