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Rimski-Korsakov : Schéhérazade & Cappriccio Espagnol (Diapason n°599)

New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Leonard Bernstein

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Rimski-Korsakov : Schéhérazade & Cappriccio Espagnol (Diapason n°599)

Leonard Bernstein

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Schéhérazade, op. 35

1
Schéhérazade, Op. 35: I. La mer et le vaisseau de Sindbad 00:11:02

New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Performer - Nikolai Rimski-korsakov, Composer

2010 Diapason 1959 Diapason

2
Schéhérazade, Op. 35: II. Le récit du prince Calender 00:11:48

New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Performer - Nikolai Rimski-korsakov, Composer

2010 Diapason 1959 Diapason

3
Schéhérazade, Op. 35: III. Le jeune prince et la jeune princesse 00:11:09

New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Performer - Nikolai Rimski-korsakov, Composer

2010 Diapason 1959 Diapason

4
Schéhérazade, Op. 35: IV. Fête à Bagdad - La mer 00:12:37

New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Performer - Nikolai Rimski-korsakov, Composer

2010 Diapason 1959 Diapason

Capriccio Espagnol in A Major, Op. 34

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Capriccio Espagnol in A Major, Op. 34: I. Alborada (Vivo e strepitoso) 00:01:20

John Corigliano, Performer - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Performer - Nikolai Rimski-korsakov, Composer

2010 Diapason 1959 Diapason

6
Capriccio Espagnol in A Major, Op. 34: II. Variazioni (Andante con moto) 00:04:48

John Corigliano, Performer - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Performer - Nikolai Rimski-korsakov, Composer

2010 Diapason 1959 Diapason

7
Capriccio Espagnol in A Major, Op. 34: III. Alborada (Vivo e strepitoso) 00:01:17

John Corigliano, Performer - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Performer - Nikolai Rimski-korsakov, Composer

2010 Diapason 1959 Diapason

8
Capriccio Espagnol in A Major, Op. 34: IV. Scena e canto gitano (Allegretto) 00:04:31

John Corigliano, Performer - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Performer - Nikolai Rimski-korsakov, Composer

2010 Diapason 1959 Diapason

9
Capriccio Espagnol in A Major, Op. 34: V. Fandango asturiano 00:03:07

John Corigliano, Performer - New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Performer - Leonard Bernstein, Performer - Nikolai Rimski-korsakov, Composer

2010 Diapason 1959 Diapason

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