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AVSHALOMOFF: Violin Concerto / Soul of the Ch'in / Hutungs of Peking


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AVSHALOMOFF: Violin Concerto / Soul of the Ch'in / Hutungs of Peking

Avshalomov, Aaron

  Violin Concerto
1.   Allegro moderato 00:18:04
2.   Adagio 00:07:13
3.   Finale: Allegro moderato 00:10:38
  Soul of the Ch'in
4.   Guo Chai's Way Cry 00:05:04
5.   Ming's Despair 00:06:57
6.   Sai Ho's Dance 00:05:29
7.   The Death of the Kinsei 00:06:22
  Hutungs of Peking
8.   Hutungs of Peking 00:11:32

Total Playing Time: 01:11:19

Avshalomov, Aaron

Avshalomov, Jacob

Moscow Symphony Orchestra

Zamuruev, Rodion

Label: Marco Polo

Genre: Concertos; Orchestral

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.225034

Barcode: 0636943503423

Physical Release: 09/1999

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