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Simone Eckert|Telemann: Essercizii musici, Trio No. 4 in G Major, TWV 42:G6

Telemann: Essercizii musici, Trio No. 4 in G Major, TWV 42:G6

Ulrich Wedemeier

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Telemann: Essercizii musici, Trio No. 4 in G Major, TWV 42:G6

Simone Eckert

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Essercizii musici, Trio No. 4 in G Major, TWV 42:G6 (Georg Philipp Telemann)

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I. Andante
00:01:44

Simone Eckert, Performer - Michael Fuerst, Performer - Ulrich Wedemeier, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

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II. Allegro
00:01:52

Simone Eckert, Performer - Michael Fuerst, Performer - Ulrich Wedemeier, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

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III. Largo
00:04:47

Simone Eckert, Performer - Michael Fuerst, Performer - Ulrich Wedemeier, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

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IV. Presto
00:01:32

Simone Eckert, Performer - Michael Fuerst, Performer - Ulrich Wedemeier, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

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