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Jean Baptiste Dupont|Reger: Intégrale de l’œuvre pour orgue, Vol. 2

Reger: Intégrale de l’œuvre pour orgue, Vol. 2

Jean-Baptiste Dupont

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Reger: Intégrale de l’œuvre pour orgue, Vol. 2

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Zwölf Stücke, Op. 59 (Max Reger)

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1. Präludium, in E-Moll
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2. Pastorale, in F-Dur
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3. Intermezzo, in A-Moll
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4. Kanon, in E-Dur
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5. Toccata, in D-Moll
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6. Fuge, in D-Dur
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7. Kyrie eleison, in E-Moll
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8. Gloria in excelsis, in D-Dur
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9. Benedictus, in Des-Dur
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10. Capriccio, in Fis-Moll
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11. Melodia, in B-Moll
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12. Te Deum, in A-Moll
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Jean Baptiste Dupont, Performer - Max Reger, Composer

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Phantasie und Fuge in C-Moll, Op. 29 (Max Reger)

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1. Phantasie
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Jean Baptiste Dupont, Performer - Max Reger, Composer

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2. Fuge
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