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New Records

Synopsis

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Ravel Alborada del gracioso RPO; ANDRE PREVIN trad Flamenco songs (mono) LA NINA DE LOS PEINES Morales Lamentabatur Jacob TA VERNER CONSORT/ ANDREW PARROTT Rodrigo Soleriana RPO/ENRIQUE BATIZ Sor Fantaisie élégiaque, Op 59 GORAN SOLLSCHER (guitar) Rodrigo Concierto heroico JORGE FEDERICO osorio (piano) RPO/ENRIQUE BATIZ Brahms Geistliches Wiegenlied, Op91No2 JARD VAN NES (contralto) VLADIMIR MENDELSSOHN (viola) GERARD VAN BLERK (piano) Liszt Rapsodie espagnole SETRAK (piano) trad Flamenco songs TERREMOTO DE JEREZ Ravel Bolero ORCHESTRE DU CAPITOLE DE TOULOUSE/MICHEL PLASSON

Contributors

Unknown: Andre Previn
Unknown: Andrew Parrott
Unknown: Rodrigo Soleriana
Guitar: Goran Sollscher
Guitar: Rodrigo Concierto
Piano: Jorge Federico Osorio
Piano: Gerard van Blerk

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