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Weinberg: Symphony No. 19 - The Banners of Peace

Mieczyslaw Weinberg

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Weinberg: Symphony No. 19 - The Banners of Peace

Vladimir Lande

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Symphony No. 19, Op. 142, "The Bright May"

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Symphony No. 19, Op. 142, "The Bright May": — - 00:11:00

St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra - Vladimir Lande, Conductor

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Symphony No. 19, Op. 142, "The Bright May": Adagio - 00:12:54

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Symphony No. 19, Op. 142, "The Bright May": 3 bars before [38] 00:10:06

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The Banners of Peace, Op. 143

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The Banners of Peace, Op. 143 00:21:21

St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra - St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra - Vladimir Lande, Conductor

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