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WILLIAMS, J.: Horn Concerto (Pituch, Detroit Symphony, Slatkin)

    

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WILLIAMS, J.: Horn Concerto (Pituch, Detroit Symphony, Slatkin)


Williams, John

  Horn Concerto
1.   I. Angelus: Far far away, like bells … At evening pealing 00:05:47
2.   II. The Battle of the Trees: Swift Oak … Stout Guardian of the Door 00:02:18
3.   III. Pastorale: There Came a Day at Summer's Full - IV. The Hunt: The Hart Loves the Highwood 00:08:46
4.   V. Nocturne: The Crimson Day Withdraws 00:10:28

Total Playing Time: 00:27:19






Composer(s):
Williams, John

Conductor(s):
Slatkin, Leonard

Orchestra(s):
Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Artist(s):
Pituch, Karl

Label: Naxos Portara

Genre: Concertos

Catalogue No: 9.70900

Barcode: 730099790017

Distribution Note(s):

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