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Zurich Chamber Orchestra|Stravinsky/Bartok - Works For Orchestra

Stravinsky/Bartok - Works For Orchestra

Zurich Chamber Orchestra

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Stravinsky/Bartok - Works For Orchestra

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1
Concerto For Strings In D: I. Vivace
00:05:45

Zurich Chamber Orchestra, MainArtist

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2
Concerto For Strings In D: II. Arioso
00:02:43

Zurich Chamber Orchestra, MainArtist

2008 Vanguard Classics 2008 Vanguard Classics

3
Concerto For Strings In D: III. Rondo
00:03:46

Zurich Chamber Orchestra, MainArtist

2008 Vanguard Classics 2008 Vanguard Classics

4
Concerto In E Flat, "Dumbarton Oaks": I. Tempo Giusto
00:05:01

Zurich Chamber Orchestra, MainArtist

2008 Vanguard Classics 2008 Vanguard Classics

5
Concerto In E Flat, "Dumbarton Oaks": II. Allegretto
00:04:20

Zurich Chamber Orchestra, MainArtist

2008 Vanguard Classics 2008 Vanguard Classics

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Concerto In E Flat, "Dumbarton Oaks": III. Con Moto
00:04:45

Zurich Chamber Orchestra, MainArtist

2008 Vanguard Classics 2008 Vanguard Classics

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Divertimento For Strings: I. Allegro Non Troppo
00:08:51

Zurich Chamber Orchestra, MainArtist

2008 Vanguard Classics 2008 Vanguard Classics

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Divertimento For Strings: II. Molto Adagio
00:08:02

Zurich Chamber Orchestra, MainArtist

2008 Vanguard Classics 2008 Vanguard Classics

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Divertimento For Strings: III. Allegro Assai
00:06:35

Zurich Chamber Orchestra, MainArtist

2008 Vanguard Classics 2008 Vanguard Classics

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