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FROUNBERG: What Did the Sirens Sing, as Ulysses Sailed by?

    

FROUNBERG: What Did the Sirens Sing, as Ulysses Sailed by?


Frounberg, Ivar

  What Did the Sirens Sing, as Ulysses Sailed by
1.   What Did the Sirens Sing, as Ulysses Sailed by 00:25:16
  Other Echoes Inhabit the Garden
2.   Other Echoes Inhabit the Garden 00:09:41
  Multiple Forms
3.   Multiple Forms 00:13:34

Total Playing Time: 00:48:31






Composer(s):
Frounberg, Ivar

Conductor(s):
Rasmussen, Frans

Orchestra(s):
Aarhus Symphony Orchestra

Artist(s):
Draugsvoll, Geir

Label: Dacapo

Genre: Orchestral

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.224027

Barcode: 0730099972727

Physical Release: 04/1996

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