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Matthias Kirschnereit|Rontgen: Piano Concertos 2 & 4

Rontgen: Piano Concertos 2 & 4

Matthias Kirschnereit, North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, David Porcelijn

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Rontgen: Piano Concertos 2 & 4

Matthias Kirschnereit

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Piano Concerto No. 2 in D major, Op. 18 (Julius Röntgen)

1
I. Allegro
00:15:10

Matthias Kirschnereit, Performer - David Porcelijn, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Julius Röntgen, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

2
II. Larghetto espressivo
00:08:07

Matthias Kirschnereit, Performer - David Porcelijn, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Julius Röntgen, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

3
III. Finale - Allegro con brio
00:09:35

Matthias Kirschnereit, Performer - David Porcelijn, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Julius Röntgen, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

Piano Concerto No. 4 in F major (Julius Röntgen)

4
I. Allegro
00:11:10

Matthias Kirschnereit, Performer - David Porcelijn, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Julius Röntgen, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

5
II. Larghetto espressivo
00:07:36

Matthias Kirschnereit, Performer - David Porcelijn, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Julius Röntgen, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

6
III. Finale - Allegro con brio
00:07:30

Matthias Kirschnereit, Performer - David Porcelijn, Conductor - North German Radio Symphony, Hannover, Orchestra - Julius Röntgen, Composer

(C) 2000 CPO (P) 2000 CPO

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