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Album: Flute for Relaxation

Artist: James Galway

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19

  • Copyright: ℗ 2000 BMG Music

Tracklist For Flute for Relaxation By Artist James Galway

Title Artist Time
1
Peer Gynt, Suite No. 1: Mornin James Galway, David Measham & National Philharmonic Orchestra 4:03 USD 1.29
2
Nocturne James Galway & National Philharmonic Orchestra 3:13 USD 1.29
3
Song of the Seashore (Hamabe N James Galway, Susumu Miyashita & Tokyo String Orchestra 2:55 USD 1.29
4
Spartacus: Adagio of Spartacus Myung-Whun Chung, James Galway & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 6:24 USD 1.29
5
Concerto in D, Op. 10, No. 3 ( James Galway, Malcolm Proud & New Irish Chamber Orchestra 2:27 USD 1.29
6
Serenade (Ständchen, D. 957) James Galway & Phillip Moll 3:54 USD 1.29
7
Kinderszenen: Träumerei James Galway, Charles Gerhardt & National Philharmonic Orchestra 3:24 USD 1.29
8
La Flûte de Pan, Op. 15: Pan James Galway, David Measham & National Philharmonic Orchestra 6:09 USD 1.29
9
Nocturne in E-Flat, Op. 9, No. James Galway, David Measham & National Philharmonic Orchestra 4:22 USD 1.29
10
Red Dragonfly (Aka Tombo) James Galway, Hiroyuki Iwaki, Susumu Miyashita & Tokyo String Orchestra 2:34 USD 1.29
11
Quartet in C, K. 285b: Variati James Galway, Kikuei Ikeda, Kazuhide Isomura, Sadao Harada & Tokyo String Quartet 2:59 USD 1.29
12
Orfeo ed Euridice: Act II: Dan James Galway, Charles Gerhardt & National Philharmonic Orchestra 7:58 USD 1.29
13
Messiah, HWV 56: Pastoral Symp James Galway, John Georgiadis & Munich Radio Orchestra 3:19 USD 1.29
14
Firebird Suite: Berceuse James Galway, David Measham & National Philharmonic Orchestra 3:16 USD 1.29
15
Dolly Suite for Piano, Op. 56: James Galway, Charles Gerhardt & National Philharmonic Orchestra 3:15 USD 1.29
16
Concerto in F Minor: Winter: L James Galway & I Solisti di Zagreb 2:22 USD 1.29
17
Voyage for Flute and String Or James Galway, David Effron & Eastman Philharmonia 8:31 USD 1.29
18
Suo-Gan (Lullaby) James Galway & Emily Mitchell 2:39 USD 1.29
19
Danny Boy James Galway, The Chieftains & National Philharmonic Orchestra 3:22 USD 1.29

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