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Duo Reine Elisabeth|Ysaÿe: Variations for 2 Pianos, Op. 10

Ysaÿe: Variations for 2 Pianos, Op. 10

Wolfgang Manz

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Ysaÿe: Variations for 2 Pianos, Op. 10

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Variations for 2 Pianos, Op. 10 (Théophile Ysaye)

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Assez modere - Variation 1: Un peu plus anime - Variation 2: Decide, alerte - Variation 3: Tres vif et legerement - Variation 4: Plus lent, sans rigueur -
00:06:23

Duo Reine Elisabeth, Ensemble - Théophile Ysaye, Composer

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Variation 5: Assez lent, grave -
00:03:17

Duo Reine Elisabeth, Ensemble - Théophile Ysaye, Composer

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Variation 6: Pas trop vite, et bien rythme - En amimant - Mouvement initial
00:04:42

Duo Reine Elisabeth, Ensemble - Théophile Ysaye, Composer

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