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Ries: Symphonies Nos. 3 and 5

Ferdinand Ries

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Ries: Symphonies Nos. 3 and 5

Howard Griffiths

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Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 112 (Ferdinand Ries)

1
I. Allegro
Zurich Chamber Orchestra
00:08:54

Howard Griffiths, Conductor - Howard Griffiths, Conductor

(C) 1997 CPO (P) 1997 CPO

2
II. Larghetto con moto quasi andante
Zurich Chamber Orchestra
00:06:06

Howard Griffiths, Conductor - Howard Griffiths, Conductor

(C) 1997 CPO (P) 1997 CPO

3
III. Scherzo. Allegro assai - Trio
Zurich Chamber Orchestra
00:06:19

Howard Griffiths, Conductor - Howard Griffiths, Conductor

(C) 1997 CPO (P) 1997 CPO

4
IV. Finale. Allegro
Zurich Chamber Orchestra
00:08:21

Howard Griffiths, Conductor - Howard Griffiths, Conductor

(C) 1997 CPO (P) 1997 CPO

Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat Major, Op. 90 (Ferdinand Ries)

5
I. Grave - Allegro
Zurich Chamber Orchestra
00:09:24

Howard Griffiths, Conductor - Howard Griffiths, Conductor

(C) 1997 CPO (P) 1997 CPO

6
II. Larghetto quasi andante
Zurich Chamber Orchestra
00:04:30

Howard Griffiths, Conductor - Howard Griffiths, Conductor

(C) 1997 CPO (P) 1997 CPO

7
III. Menuetto. Moderato
Zurich Chamber Orchestra
00:04:39

Howard Griffiths, Conductor - Howard Griffiths, Conductor

(C) 1997 CPO (P) 1997 CPO

8
IV. Finale. Allegro vivace
Zurich Chamber Orchestra
00:05:46

Howard Griffiths, Conductor - Howard Griffiths, Conductor

(C) 1997 CPO (P) 1997 CPO

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