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Satie, E.: Pieces Froides / Gnossiennes / Gymnopedies

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3 Gnossiennes : Gnossienne No. 1
00:04:09

Patrick Cohen, piano

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3 Gnossiennes : Gnossienne No. 2
00:02:49

Patrick Cohen, piano

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3 Gnossiennes : Gnossienne No. 3
00:03:19

Patrick Cohen, piano

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Gnossienne No. 5
00:03:47

Patrick Cohen, piano

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No. 2. Danses de travers: Encore
00:02:24

Patrick Cohen, piano

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Gnossienne No. 4
00:03:55

Patrick Cohen, piano

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No. 1. Airs a faire fuir: D'une maniere particuliere
00:04:26

Patrick Cohen, piano

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No. 2. Danses de travers: En y regardant a 2 fois
00:01:27

Patrick Cohen, piano

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No. 1. Airs a faire fuir: Modestement
00:02:04

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No. 2. Danses de travers: Passer
00:01:37

Patrick Cohen, piano

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Petit ouverture a danser
00:02:12

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Gnossienne No. 6
00:02:22

Patrick Cohen, piano

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Premiere pensee Rose+Croix
00:01:11

Patrick Cohen, piano

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No. 1. Lent et douloureux
00:03:38

Patrick Cohen, piano

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Caresse
00:02:19

Patrick Cohen, piano

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No. 2. Lent et triste
00:03:20

Patrick Cohen, piano

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No. 1. Airs a faire fuir: S'inviter
00:04:42

Patrick Cohen, piano

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No. 3. Lent et grave
00:03:11

Patrick Cohen, piano

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3 Sarabandes : Sarabande No. 1
00:06:07

Patrick Cohen, piano

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Prelude du 2e acte: L'Initation
00:04:41

Patrick Cohen, piano

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