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Diego Tosi|Recuerdos (Intégrale des pièces pour violon & piano - volume 3)

Recuerdos (Intégrale des pièces pour violon & piano - volume 3)

Pablo Sarasate

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Souvenir de Domont, op.8 (Pablo de Sarasate)

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Souvenir de Domont, Op. 8
00:04:02

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

Rêverie, op.4 (Pablo de Sarasate)

2
Rêverie, Op. 4
00:04:49

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

Airs espagnols, op.18 (Pablo de Sarasate)

3
Airs espagnols, Op. 18
00:09:24

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

Les Adieux, op.9 (Pablo de Sarasate)

4
Les Adieux, Op. 9
00:05:11

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

Le Sommeil, op.11 (Pablo de Sarasate)

5
Le Sommeil, Op. 11
00:04:46

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

Moscovienne, op.12 (Pablo de Sarasate)

6
Moscovienne, Op. 12
00:03:19

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

Prière et Berceuse, op.17 (Pablo de Sarasate)

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Prière et Berceuse, Op. 17
00:05:09

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

Adiós montañas mias, op.37 (Pablo de Sarasate)

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Adiós montañas mias, Op. 37
00:02:36

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

Zortzico d’Iparaguirre, op.39 (Pablo de Sarasate)

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Zortzico d’Iparaguirre, Op. 39
00:02:16

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

Le Rêve, op.53 (Pablo de Sarasate)

10
Le Rêve, Op. 53
00:10:06

Diego Tosi, violin - Denis Pascal, piano

2010 Solstice Solstice 2010

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