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Jacques Thibaud String Trio - Mozart: 'Fuga' from from Preludes and Fugues, K. 404a: No. 6 (After W.F.Bach's F 31 No. 8)

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Mozart: 'Fuga' from from Preludes and Fugues, K. 404a: No. 6 (After W.F.Bach's F 31 No. 8)

Jacques Thibaud String Trio

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Mozart: 'Fuga' from from Preludes and Fugues, K. 404a: No. 6 (After W.F.Bach's F 31 No. 8)

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Preludes and Fugues, K. 404a - No. 6 in F Minor: Fuga (After W.F. Bach's F.31 No. 8)
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer - Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Composer - Jacques Thibaud String Trio, Ensemble, MainArtist

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