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L Introduzione. Maestoso Ed Adagio - J. Haydn*, Quartet Of Georgia* - The Seven Last Words (For Two Violins Viola And Cello) (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. 1. Allegro con brio 2. Introduzione (Adagio molto) 3. Beilman violin Gillian Ansell viola Rolf Gjelsten cello. Johannes Brahms Two Songs Op. 91 for alto, viola .
  2. Adagio IV. Allegro The Musical Art Quartet Sascha Jacobsen and Paul Bernard: Violins Louis Kaufman: Viola Maria Roemaet-Rosanoff: Cello 78 RPM Album: Schubert: String Quartet 10 in E-flat (Columbia) Segment Two Pauline Oliveros: Mind Bog Pauline Oliveros: Electronics, Tape CD Box Set: Pauline Oliveros: Reverberations: Tape and Electronic Music.
  3. The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34 / Variation J, L’istesso tempo (French Horns) The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34 / Variation K, Vivace (Trumpets) The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34 / Variation L, Allegro pomposo (Trombones & Tuba)
  4. “See? We can rock too!” In any case, this is Krupa’s quartet of the day, including Gail Curtis (sometimes billed as Gale Curtis) on sax, Teddy Napoleon on piano, and Mort Herbert on bass. “Gone With the Wind” is a tune by Hollywood songwriter Allie Wrubel. It originally had words by Herb Magidson, but this is an instrumental version.
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  6. Sep 24,  · Piano Sonata No. 32 in C Minor, Op. I. Maestoso - Allegro con brio ed appassionato 08c08ddcf1ccf Pressure Rising The Dial Ups 08c26cc6eb5bcbdfbcdcd71 Posmovement / My First Record Label 心若在,夢就在 黃子彬 08cf-a36acfbbf Vinci's Funk 08c27bb9ca-4afc-b .
  7. Surely this body of works by Papa Haydn is among the most important ever written for the combination of two violins, viola and cello. And so many! Sixty-eight of them plus the quartet version of 'The Seven Last Words of Christ', plus several 'cassations' and several (like the Op. 3 quartets) now often attributed to others, a total of eighty-three!/5(52).
  8. Lawrence Dutton, viola (alto) David Finckel, cello Recording: , (P) und (C) In this unique new version of The Seven Last Words the Emersons incorporate a whole new movement (from the choral adaptation made by Haydn around , and make adjustments to the score, restoring original music omitted from the standard string-quartet version.

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