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Wissmer: Un long voyage

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Sonatine pour violon et piano (Pierre Wissmer)

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Sonatine pour violon et piano: I. Allegro 00:04:30

Maiko Matsukoa, Performer - Anne de Fornel, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

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Sonatine pour violon et piano: II. Andante 00:03:54

Maiko Matsukoa, Performer - Anne de Fornel, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

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Sonatine pour violon et piano: III. Rondo 00:04:06

Maiko Matsukoa, Performer - Anne de Fornel, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

Sonate pour piano (Pierre Wissmer)

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Sonate pour piano: I. Allegro 00:04:59

Anne de Fornel, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

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Sonate pour piano: II. Andante 00:05:16

Anne de Fornel, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

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Sonate pour piano: III. Allegro 00:04:54

Anne de Fornel, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

Trois études pour piano (Pierre Wissmer)

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Trois études pour piano: Etude No. 1 pour la main droite: Allegro 00:03:21

Anne de Fornel, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

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Trois études pour piano: Etude No. 2 pour la main gauche: Allegro 00:03:59

Anne de Fornel, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

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Trois études pour piano: Etude No. 3 pour les deux mains: Allegro 00:02:31

Anne de Fornel, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

Trio Adelfiano pour trio avec piano (Pierre Wissmer)

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Trio Adelfiano pour trio avec piano: I. Prélude et fugue 00:04:04

Trio Steuermann, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

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Trio Adelfiano pour trio avec piano: II. Nocturne 00:04:51

Trio Steuermann, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

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Trio Adelfiano pour trio avec piano: III. Meletouga 00:06:02

Trio Steuermann, Performer - Pierre Wissmer, Composer

2012 Hortus

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