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Symphony in G minor

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Symphony in G minor

Jörg Faerber

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Symphony in G minor, A42/K.I:27 (František Antonín Rössler)

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I. Vivace
00:07:06

Jorg Faerber, Conductor - Jorg Faerber, Conductor

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II. Menuetto fresco: Allegretto
00:03:19

Jorg Faerber, Conductor - Jorg Faerber, Conductor

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III. Andante ma allegretto
00:03:15

Jorg Faerber, Conductor - Jorg Faerber, Conductor

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IV. Finale: Capriccio, allegretto scherzante
00:02:54

Jorg Faerber, Conductor - Jorg Faerber, Conductor

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