Music For Wine Lovers (Vintage Classics) Prague Philharmonic Chorus, Susan McCulloch, Czech Symphony Orchestra, John Oakman, Julian Bigg, Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Carl Michalski, Dekany String Quartet, Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, John Landor, Edward Pleasant, Kurt Böhme, Berlin Civic Opera Chorus, Sebastian Hauser, Berlin Civic Opera Orchestra, Hans Lenzer, Ilse von Alpenheim, Antal Doráti, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Cornel Stavru, Romanian Opera Orchestra, Bucgarest, Mircea Popa, Paul Roczek, Peter Katt, Jürgen Geise, Wilfred Tachezi, Dankwart Gahl, Irmgard Gahl & Louis Kentner Classical Music 2008 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Music For Wine Lovers (Vintage Classics)

Artist: Prague Philharmonic Chorus, Susan McCulloch, Czech Symphony Orchestra, John Oakman, Julian Bigg, Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Carl Michalski, Dekany String Quartet, Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, John Landor, Edward Pleasant, Kurt Böhme, Berlin Civic Opera Chorus, Sebastian Hauser, Berlin Civic Opera Orchestra, Hans Lenzer, Ilse von Alpenheim, Antal Doráti, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Cornel Stavru, Romanian Opera Orchestra, Bucgarest, Mircea Popa, Paul Roczek, Peter Katt, Jürgen Geise, Wilfred Tachezi, Dankwart Gahl, Irmgard Gahl & Louis Kentner

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 The Gift of Music

Tracklist For Music For Wine Lovers (Vintage Classics) By Artist Prague Philharmonic Chorus, Susan McCulloch, Czech Symphony Orchestra, John Oakman, Julian Bigg, Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Carl Michalski, Dekany String Quartet, Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, John Landor, Edward Pleasant, Kurt Böhme, Berlin Civic Opera Chorus, Sebastian Hauser, Berlin Civic Opera Orchestra, Hans Lenzer, Ilse von Alpenheim, Antal Doráti, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Cornel Stavru, Romanian Opera Orchestra, Bucgarest, Mircea Popa, Paul Roczek, Peter Katt, Jürgen Geise, Wilfred Tachezi, Dankwart Gahl, Irmgard Gahl & Louis Kentner

Title Artist Time
1
La traviata, Act I: Libiamo ne Prague Philharmonic Chorus, Susan McCulloch, Czech Symphony Orchestra, John Oakman & Julian Bigg 3:17 USD 0.99
2
Wein, Weib und Gesang! (Wine, Vienna State Opera Orchestra & Carl Michalski 6:16 USD 0.99
3
String Quartet No. 26 in G min Dekany String Quartet 6:35 USD 0.99
4
Don Giovanni, K. 527, Act I: F Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, John Landor & Edward Pleasant 1:34 USD 0.99
5
String Quartet No. 24 in A maj Dekany String Quartet 5:34 USD 0.99
6
Prodana nevesta (The Bartered Kurt Böhme, Berlin Civic Opera Chorus, Sebastian Hauser, Berlin Civic Opera Orchestra & Hans Lenzer 4:52 USD 0.99
7
Divertimento in C major, Hob.X Ilse von Alpenheim, Antal Doráti & Bamberg Symphony Orchestra 3:13 USD 0.99
8
Divertimento in C major, Hob.X Ilse von Alpenheim, Antal Doráti & Bamberg Symphony Orchestra 2:56 USD 0.99
9
Divertimento in C major, Hob.X Ilse von Alpenheim, Antal Doráti & Bamberg Symphony Orchestra 3:09 USD 0.99
10
Cavalleria rusticana: Mamma, q Cornel Stavru, Romanian Opera Orchestra, Bucgarest & Mircea Popa 5:11 USD 0.99
11
String Sextet No. 1 in B flat Paul Roczek, Peter Katt, Jürgen Geise, Wilfred Tachezi, Dankwart Gahl & Irmgard Gahl 10:58 USD Album Only
12
12 Etudes d'execution transcen Louis Kentner 10:10 USD Album Only

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