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Olivier Greif|Olivier Greif: Hommage

Olivier Greif: Hommage

Olivier Greif, Christoph Henkel & Marie Devellereau

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Sonate de Requiem
Olivier Greif
00:26:57

Olivier Greif, Composer, MainArtist - Christoph Henkel, MainArtist

(C) 2001 Triton (P) 2001 Triton

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Trois chansons apocryphes: I. La blanche biche
Olivier Greif
00:05:47

Marie Devellereau, MainArtist - Olivier Greif, Composer, MainArtist

(C) 2001 Triton (P) 2001 Triton

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Trois chansons apocryphes: II. Mon mari est bien malade
Olivier Greif
00:01:58

Marie Devellereau, MainArtist - Olivier Greif, Composer, MainArtist

(C) 2001 Triton (P) 2001 Triton

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Trois chansons apocryphes: III. La Pernette
Olivier Greif
00:04:37

Marie Devellereau, MainArtist - Olivier Greif, Composer, MainArtist

(C) 2001 Triton (P) 2001 Triton

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Le Tombeau de Ravel, Op. 56
Olivier Greif
00:15:22

Olivier Greif, Composer, MainArtist - Henri Barda, MainArtist

(C) 2001 Triton (P) 2001 Triton

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Quatuor à cordes No. 3 avec voix "Todesfuge"
Quartet Sine Nomine
00:20:49

Stephan Genz, MainArtist - Olivier Greif, Composer - Quatuor Sine Nomine, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2001 Triton (P) 2001 Triton

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