Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex, Les Noces International Piano Quartet, Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale & Simon Joly Male Chorus Classical Music 2004 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex, Les Noces

Artist: International Piano Quartet, Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale & Simon Joly Male Chorus

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2004 Naxos

Tracklist For Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex, Les Noces By Artist International Piano Quartet, Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale & Simon Joly Male Chorus

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Oedipus Rex: I. Prologue International Piano Quartet, Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale, Simon Joly Male Chorus & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 7:48 USD 0.99
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Oedpius Rex: II. Introducing C International Piano Quartet, Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale, Simon Joly Male Chorus & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 7:48 USD 0.99
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Oedipus Rex: III. Introducing Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale, Simon Joly Male Chorus & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 9:55 USD 0.99
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Oedipus Rex: IV. Introducing J International Piano Quartet, Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale, Simon Joly Male Chorus & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 11:03 USD Album Only
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Oedipus Rex: V. Introducing th International Piano Quartet, Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale, Simon Joly Male Chorus & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 9:04 USD 0.99
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Oedipus Rex: VI. Epilogue International Piano Quartet, Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale, Simon Joly Male Chorus & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 6:46 USD 0.99
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Les Noces: I. Scene One International Piano Quartet, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 5:02 USD 0.99
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Les Noces: II. Scene Two International Piano Quartet, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 5:40 USD 0.99
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Les Noces: III. Scene Three International Piano Quartet, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 3:02 USD 0.99
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Les Noces: IV. Scene Four International Piano Quartet, Robert Craft, Simon Joly Chorale & Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble 10:16 USD Album Only

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