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FERNSTROM: Symphony No. 12


FERNSTROM: Symphony No. 12

Fernstrom, John

  Songs of the Sea, Op. 62
1.   I. Break, break, break! (Text: Alfred, Lord Tennyson) 00:04:32
2.   II. Lines written while sailing in a boat (Text: William Wordsworth) 00:04:51
3.   III. The Isle (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley) 00:03:41
4.   IV. Sail on, sail on (Text: Thomas Moore) 00:02:45
  Symphony No. 12, Op. 92
5.   I. Introduction 00:16:16
6.   II. Giga fantastica 00:04:37
7.   III. Finale 00:10:07
  Rao-Nai-Nai´s Songs, Op. 43
8.   Rao - Nai - Nai´s Songs, Op. 43 00:12:36

Total Playing Time: 00:59:25

Fernstrom, John

Shui, Lan

Malmo Symphony Orchestra

Persson, Miah

Label: BIS

Genre: Orchestral; Vocal

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: BIS-CD-997

Barcode: 7318590009970

Physical Release: 03/1999

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