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Valentina Ciardelli|Piano Sonata No.8, Op.13, "Pathétique": II. Adagio cantabile

Piano Sonata No.8, Op.13, "Pathétique": II. Adagio cantabile

Valentina Ciardelli

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Valentina Ciardelli

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Piano Sonata No.8, Op.13, "Pathétique": II. Adagio cantabile
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Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - James Ross, Producer - John Croft, Engineer - Alvaro Siculiana, Engineer - Valentina Ciardelli, Arranger, MainArtist

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