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Schulhoff, E.: Double Concerto for Flute, Piano and Strings / Symphony No. 2 / Mautner, M.: United Colours

Erwin Schulhoff - Michael Mautner

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I. Allegro ma non troppo
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00:04:12

Ernst Theis, Conductor - Ernst Theis, Conductor

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II. Andante con moto
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00:04:42

Ernst Theis, Conductor - Ernst Theis, Conductor

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III. Scherzo alla Jazz
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00:03:18

Ernst Theis, Conductor - Ernst Theis, Conductor

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IV. Finale: Allegro con spirito
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00:06:48

Ernst Theis, Conductor - Ernst Theis, Conductor

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United Colours
Ernst Theis
00:24:52

Ernst Theis, Conductor - Austrian Chamber Symphony, Orchestra - Ernst Theis, Conductor - Clemens Zeilinger, piano

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I. Allegro moderato
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00:07:54

Ernst Theis, Conductor - Austrian Chamber Symphony, Orchestra - Ernst Theis, Conductor - Clemens Zeilinger, piano

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II. Andante
Clemens Zeilinger
00:04:52

Ernst Theis, Conductor - Austrian Chamber Symphony, Orchestra - Ernst Theis, Conductor - Clemens Zeilinger, piano

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III. Rondo: Allegro con spirito
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00:06:19

Ernst Theis, Conductor - Ernst Theis, Conductor - Clemens Zeilinger, piano - Austrian Chamber Symphony, Orchestra

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