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Ingolf Turban|Raff: Works for Violin and Piano, Vol. 2

Raff: Works for Violin and Piano, Vol. 2

Ingolf Turban, Jascha Nemtsov

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Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Major, Op. 78 (Joachim Raff)

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I. Rasch, mit Wärme und Bewegung
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II. Nicht zu langsam
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III. In raschem Zeitmaße
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IV. Rasch und feurig
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6 Morceaux, Op. 85 (Joachim Raff)

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1. Marcia
00:04:36

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2. Pastorale
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3. Cavatina
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4. Scherzino
00:02:54

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5. Canzona
00:03:11

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6. Tarantella
00:02:29

Jascha Nemtsov, Performer - Ingolf Turban, Performer - Joachim Raff, Composer

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3 Duos, Op. 63 (Joachim Raff)

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3. Lohengrin
00:09:08

Jascha Nemtsov, Performer - Ingolf Turban, Performer - Joachim Raff, Composer

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