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Karel Martinek|Winter's Warmth

Winter's Warmth

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Winter's Warmth

Karel Martinek

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Falling Man/Dancing Man, Op. 68 (Andrew Schultz)

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I. Infinity Jinx
Karel Martinek
00:06:00

Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Petr Vronsky, Conductor - Karel Martinek, Artist, MainArtist - Andrew Schultz, Composer

(C) 2017 Navona (P) 2017 Navona

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II. Deep Crossing
Karel Martinek
00:07:33

Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Petr Vronsky, Conductor - Karel Martinek, Artist, MainArtist - Andrew Schultz, Composer

(C) 2017 Navona (P) 2017 Navona

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III. The Laughing Man
Karel Martinek
00:08:52

Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Petr Vronsky, Conductor - Karel Martinek, Artist, MainArtist - Andrew Schultz, Composer

(C) 2017 Navona (P) 2017 Navona

Let Freedom Ring (John A. Carollo)

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Let Freedom Ring
Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra Olomouc
00:06:28

Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Petr Vronsky, Conductor - John A. Carollo, Composer

(C) 2017 Navona (P) 2017 Navona

The Transfiguration of Giovanni Baudino (John A. Carollo)

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The Transfiguration of Giovanni Baudino
Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra Olomouc
00:10:27

Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Petr Vronsky, Conductor - John A. Carollo, Composer

(C) 2017 Navona (P) 2017 Navona

Russian Winter (R. Barry Ulrich)

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Russian Winter
Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra Olomouc
00:04:13

Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Petr Vronsky, Conductor - R. Barry Ulrich, Composer

(C) 2017 Navona (P) 2017 Navona

Episodes (Jay A. Kawarsky)

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Episodes
Peter Laul
00:15:24

Vladimir Lande, Conductor - Peter Laul, Artist, MainArtist - St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Jay A. Kawarsky, Composer

(C) 2017 Navona (P) 2017 Navona

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