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HERBERT, V.: Babes in Toyland / The Red Mill


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Sousaphonic Celebrations: Keith Brion talks to Jeremy Siepmann

HERBERT, V.: Babes in Toyland / The Red Mill

Herbert, Victor

  Babes in Toyland
1.   Selections 00:07:32
2.   Prelude 00:14:43
3.   Military Ball 00:04:22
4.   Finale to Act II 00:05:02
5.   Toymaker's Workshop 00:02:56
6.   Hang March 00:01:31
7.   Eccentric Dance (Gavotte) 00:03:10
8.   Birth of a Butterfly 00:03:21
9.   March of the Toys 00:04:10
  The Red Mill
10.   Selections 00:10:01

Total Playing Time: 00:56:48

Herbert, Victor

Brion, Keith

Razumovsky Symphony Orchestra

Label: Marco Polo

Genre: Orchestral

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.223843

Barcode: 0730099384322

Physical Release: 02/1999

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