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Album: Richard Strauss: Four Last Songs; Orchestral Songs

Artist: Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 1985
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 1979 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracklist For Richard Strauss: Four Last Songs; Orchestral Songs By Artist Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis

Title Artist Time
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Four Last Songs: Frühling London Symphony Orchestra, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa & Sir Andrew Davis 3:10 USD 1.29
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Four Last Songs: September London Symphony Orchestra, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa & Sir Andrew Davis 4:24 USD 1.29
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Four Last Songs: Beim Schlafen London Symphony Orchestra, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa & Sir Andrew Davis 5:21 USD 1.29
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Four Last Songs: Im Abendrot London Symphony Orchestra, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa & Sir Andrew Davis 7:45 USD 1.29
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Orchestral Songs: Morgen Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis 4:00 USD 1.29
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Orchestral Songs: Muttertände Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis 2:24 USD 1.29
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Orchestral Songs: Ruhe, Meine Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis 3:46 USD 1.29
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Orchestral Songs: Wiegenlied Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis 3:30 USD 1.29
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Orchestral Songs: Befreit Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis 5:02 USD 1.29
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Orchestral Songs: Zueignung Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis 1:27 USD 1.29

Reviews For Richard Strauss: Four Last Songs; Orchestral Songs By Artist Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis

  • Kiri being Kiri

    5
    By frankiechi
    I hunted all over the internet to find this music after having watched TYOLD today. Here's a movie that ages well. Typical of so many film sound tracks, the music on the CD doesn't match up with the music in the film. A wonderful mixture of orchestral and vocal highlighted by Kiri Tekanawa's mellifluous sounds, the album is a must have addition to any classical lover's iPod.

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