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Schmidinger: Concertino for Piano & String Quintet "A piacere"

Christoph Soldan

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Schmidinger: Concertino for Piano & String Quintet "A piacere"

Christoph Soldan

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Concertino for Piano and String Quintet, "a piacere" (Helmut Schmidinger)

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Concertino for Piano and String Quintet, "a piacere"
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Christoph Soldan, Performer - Silesian Chamber Soloists, Ensemble - Helmut Schmidinger, Composer

2015 K&K Verlagsanstalt 2015 K&K Verlagsanstalt

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