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MUSICAL JOURNEY (A) - AUSTRIA: Mühlviertel / Styria / Rust / Burgenland (NTSC)


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MUSICAL JOURNEY (A) - AUSTRIA: Mühlviertel / Styria / Rust / Burgenland (NTSC)



The Places
The journey starts in the Austrian region of Mühlviertel, shows the Lippizaner horses of Piber in Styria and the storks and vineyards of Rust by the Neusiedlersee.

The Music
The music of the tour consists of two of Beethoven’s best-known sonatas for violin and piano, the Spring Sonata and the Kreutzer Sonata.


Picture format: NTSC 4:3
Sound format: PCM Stereo 2.0
Region code: 0 (worldwide)
Running time: 57 mins
No. of DVDs: 1

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Label: Naxos

Series: A Musical Journey

Period: Classical

Catalogue No: 2.110337

Barcode: 747313533756

Physical Release: 09/2013

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