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BERLIOZ, H.: Harold en Italie (Toscanini) (1953)


BERLIOZ, H.: Harold en Italie (Toscanini) (1953)

Berlioz, Hector

  Harold en Italie (Harold in Italy), Op. 16
1.   I. Adagio (Harold in the Mountains. Scenes of Melancholy, Happiness and Joy) 00:16:05
2.   II. Allegretto (March of the Pilgrims Singing the Evening Prayer) 00:07:58
3.   III. Allegro Assai (Serenade of an Abruzzi Mountain - Dweller to his Mistress) 00:05:58
4.   IV. Allegro Frenetico (Orgy of Brigands. Memories of Scenes Past) 00:11:46

Total Playing Time: 00:41:47

Berlioz, Hector

Toscanini, Arturo

NBC Symphony Orchestra

Label: Naxos Classical Archives

Genre: Orchestral

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: 9.80317

Barcode: 0730099831710

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