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HUBER, K.: Tenebrae / Chamber Concerto,


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HUBER, K.: Tenebrae / Chamber Concerto, "Intarsi" / Protuberanzen / James Joyce Chamber Music (Tamayo)

Huber, Klaus

1.   I. — 00:05:38
2.   II. Golgotha 00:06:38
3.   II. Transitio 00:01:46
4.   II. Tempestuoso 00:00:29
5.   III. — 00:05:08
  Chamber Concerto, "Intarsi"
6.   I. Intarsi 00:05:22
7.   II. Pianto - Specchio di memorie 00:07:16
8.   III. Rondissimo: Unita 00:02:41
9.   IV. Epilogo: Giardino arabo 00:04:16
10.   Protuberanzen 00:05:52
  James Joyce Chamber Music
11.   James Joyce Chamber Music 00:16:00

Total Playing Time: 01:01:06

Huber, Klaus

Tamayo, Arturo

Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra

Nagy, Miklos; Reitano, Giovanna; Wendeberg, Michael

Label: Timpani

Genre: Concertos; Orchestral

Catalogue No: 1C1075

Barcode: 3377891310752

Physical Release: 2004

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