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Wies de Boevé|Via Bottesini: Concerti e pezzi concertanti

Via Bottesini: Concerti e pezzi concertanti

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1
Double Bass Concerto in B Minor: I. Allegro moderato
00:06:06

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Brussels Philharmonic, Orchestra - Wies de Boevé, Double Bass, MainArtist - Joshua Weilerstein, Conductor - Yossi Ivanov, Violin

© 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company

2
Double Bass Concerto in B Minor: II. Andante
00:04:57

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Brussels Philharmonic, Orchestra - Wies de Boevé, Double Bass, MainArtist - Joshua Weilerstein, Conductor - Yossi Ivanov, Violin

© 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company

3
Double Bass Concerto in B Minor: III. Finale. Allegro
00:04:21

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Brussels Philharmonic, Orchestra - Wies de Boevé, Double Bass, MainArtist - Joshua Weilerstein, Conductor - Yossi Ivanov, Violin

© 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company

4
Grande allegro di concerto (alla Mendelssohn)
00:12:18

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Brussels Philharmonic, Orchestra - Wies de Boevé, Double Bass, MainArtist - Joshua Weilerstein, Conductor - Yossi Ivanov, Violin

© 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company

5
Gran Concerto for Double Bass in F-Sharp Minor: I. Allegro Moderato
00:12:22

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Brussels Philharmonic, Orchestra - Wies de Boevé, Double Bass, MainArtist - Joshua Weilerstein, Conductor - Yossi Ivanov, Violin

© 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company

6
Gran Concerto for Double Bass in F-Sharp Minor: II. Andante
00:05:56

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Brussels Philharmonic, Orchestra - Wies de Boevé, Double Bass, MainArtist - Joshua Weilerstein, Conductor - Yossi Ivanov, Violin

© 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company

7
Gran Concerto for Double Bass in F-Sharp Minor: III. Finale. Allegro con fuoco
00:04:24

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Brussels Philharmonic, Orchestra - Wies de Boevé, Double Bass, MainArtist - Joshua Weilerstein, Conductor - Yossi Ivanov, Violin

© 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company

8
Gran Duo Concertante for Violin and Double Bass
00:13:59

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Brussels Philharmonic, Orchestra - Wies de Boevé, Double Bass, MainArtist - Joshua Weilerstein, Conductor - Yossi Ivanov, Violin

© 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 2020 VRT/Klara, under exclusive license to Warner Music Benelux NV-SA, a Warner Music Group Company

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