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SCHMIDT, F.: Symphony No. 1 / Notre Dame

    

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SCHMIDT, F.: Symphony No. 1 / Notre Dame


Schmidt, Franz

  Symphony No. 1 in E Major
1.   I. Sehr langsam - sehr lebhaft 00:11:40
2.   II. Langsam 00:12:31
3.   III. Schnell und leicht 00:10:41
4.   IV. Lebhaft, doch nicht zu schnell 00:10:00
  Notre Dame: Introduction, Interlude and Carnival Music
5.   Notre Dame: Introduction, Interlude and Carnival Music 00:13:45

Total Playing Time: 00:58:37






Composer(s):
Schmidt, Franz

Conductor(s):
Halasz, Michael

Orchestra(s):
Budapest Symphony Orchestra

Label: Marco Polo

Genre: Orchestral

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.223119

Barcode: 0730099311922

Physical Release: 08/1991

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