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GERMAN: Richard III / Theme and Six Diversions / The Seasons


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MAESTRO’S MUSINGS – Jeremy Siepmann talks to the British conductor Andrew Penny

GERMAN: Richard III / Theme and Six Diversions / The Seasons

German, Edward

  Richard III
1.   Richard III - Overture 00:09:31
  Theme and Six Diversions
2.   Theme And Six Diversions 00:17:04
  The Seasons
3.   Spring 00:10:50
4.   Summer 00:06:54
5.   Autumn 00:10:01
6.   Winter 00:11:06

Total Playing Time: 01:05:26

German, Edward

Penny, Andrew

RTE Concert Orchestra

Label: Marco Polo

Genre: Orchestral

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.223695

Barcode: 0730099369527

Physical Release: 11/1996

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