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Ravel: Trio, Sonate pour violon et violoncelle & Sonate pour violon et piano

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Ravel: Trio, Sonate pour violon et violoncelle & Sonate pour violon et piano

Christian-Pierre La Marca

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Trio pour piano, violon & violoncelle

1
I. (Modéré) 00:09:23

Amandine Savary, Performer - Vineta Sareika, Performer - Christian-Pierre La Marca, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

2
II. Pantoum (Assez vif) 00:04:28

Amandine Savary, Performer - Vineta Sareika, Performer - Christian-Pierre La Marca, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

3
III. Passacaille (Très large) 00:07:30

Amandine Savary, Performer - Vineta Sareika, Performer - Christian-Pierre La Marca, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

4
IV. Final (Animé) 00:05:22

Amandine Savary, Performer - Vineta Sareika, Performer - Christian-Pierre La Marca, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

Sonate pour violon & violoncelle

5
I. (Allegro) 00:05:06

Vineta Sareika, Performer - Christian-Pierre La Marca, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

6
II. (Très vif) 00:03:33

Vineta Sareika, Performer - Christian-Pierre La Marca, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

7
III. (Lent) 00:06:10

Vineta Sareika, Performer - Christian-Pierre La Marca, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

8
IV. (Vif, avec entrain) 00:06:16

Vineta Sareika, Performer - Christian-Pierre La Marca, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

Sonate pour violon & piano

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I. (Allegretto) 00:07:56

Amandine Savary, Performer - Vineta Sareika, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

10
II. Blues (Moderato) 00:05:52

Amandine Savary, Performer - Vineta Sareika, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

11
III. Perpetuum mobile 00:03:59

Amandine Savary, Performer - Vineta Sareika, Performer - Maurice Ravel, Composer

2008 Outhere 2008 Outhere / Queen Elisabeth

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