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SORENSEN : Sterbende Garten / The Echoing Garden


SORENSEN : Sterbende Garten / The Echoing Garden

Sorensen, Bent

  Sterbende Garten
1.   I. Allegro, molto fluente 00:14:07
2.   II. Barcarola. Lento - 00:08:05
3.   III. Stampida. Presto 00:04:54
  The Echoing Garden
4.   I. Lento, molto lontano - 00:05:46
5.   II. Allegro ritmico 00:03:50
6.   III. Molto fluente 00:08:38
7.   IV. Andantino sospeso, con fluttuazione 00:13:02
8.   V. Calmo transparenza 00:05:17
9.   VI. Molto fluente 00:05:54

Total Playing Time: 01:09:33

Sorensen, Bent

Segerstam, Leif

Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra

Danish National Radio Choir

Baverstam, Asa; Hirsch, Rebecca

Label: Dacapo

Genre: Orchestral

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: 8.224039

Barcode: 0730099943925

Physical Release: 02/1996

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