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Montanari: Concerto Grosso in A Major

European Union Baroque Orchestra

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Montanari: Concerto Grosso in A Major

Riccardo Masahide Minasi

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Concerto grosso in A Major (Antonio Montanari)

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Concerto grosso in A Major: I. Adagio - II. Allegro
00:03:45

Riccardo Masahide Minasi, Conductor - European Union Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Antonio Montanari, Composer

2013 K&K Verlagsanstalt

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Concerto grosso in A Major: III. Grave
00:03:04

Riccardo Masahide Minasi, Conductor - European Union Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Antonio Montanari, Composer

2013 K&K Verlagsanstalt

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Concerto grosso in A Major: IV. Vivace
00:03:00

Riccardo Masahide Minasi, Conductor - European Union Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Antonio Montanari, Composer

2013 K&K Verlagsanstalt

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