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Orchestra Of The 18th Century - Mozart, W.A.: Clarinet Concerto in A Major / La Clemenza Di Tito / Adagio in B Flat Major / Maurerische Trauermusik (Orchestra of the 18Th Century)

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Mozart, W.A.: Clarinet Concerto in A Major / La Clemenza Di Tito / Adagio in B Flat Major / Maurerische Trauermusik (Orchestra of the 18Th Century)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Pietro Metastasio

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Mozart, W.A.: Clarinet Concerto in A Major / La Clemenza Di Tito / Adagio in B Flat Major / Maurerische Trauermusik (Orchestra of the 18Th Century)

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I. Allegro
Orchestra Of The 18th Century
00:12:38

Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Frans Bruggen, Conductor

2
II. Adagio
Orchestra Of The 18th Century
00:06:58

Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Frans Bruggen, Conductor - Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra

3
IIII. Rondo: Allegro
Frans Brüggen
00:08:50

Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Frans Bruggen, Conductor - Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra

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Ouverture
Orchestra Of The 18th Century
00:05:06

Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Frans Bruggen, Conductor - Eric Hoeprich, clarinet

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Act I: Aria: Parto, parto, ma tu ben mio
Eric Hoeprich
00:06:54

Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Eric Hoeprich, basset-horn - Frans Bruggen, Conductor - Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra

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Act II: Aria: Non piu di fiori
Eric Hoeprich
00:07:29

Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Frans Bruggen, Conductor - Eric Hoeprich, clarinet

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Adagio in B flat major, K. 411
Lorenzo Coppola
00:06:05

Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Toni Salar-Verdu, clarinet - Guy van Waas, basset-horn - Annette Thomas, basset-horn - Lorenzo Coppola, basset-horn

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Maurerische Trauermusik (Masonic Funeral Music), K. 477
Orchestra Of The 18th Century
00:05:27

Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestra - Frans Bruggen, Conductor

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