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This Week's Composer C.P.E.Bach


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Sinfonia in G (Wq 188 No 4) ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD Trio in B flat (Wq 161) HARTMUT STREBEL (flute) RAINER KISSMAUL (Violin) LISEDORE PRAETORlU5 (harpsichord) jOrgen WOLF (cello continuo) Sonata in A i Wq 56 No 6)
LUCIANO sgrizzi (fortepiano) Sinfonia in A 'Wq 182 No 4) COLLEGIUM AUREUM directed by FRANZJOSEF MAIER gramophone records


Conducted By: Raymond Leppard
Flute: Hartmut Strebel
Flute: Rainer Kissmaul
Directed By: Franzjosef Maier

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This Week's Composer C.P.E.Bach

BBC Radio 3, 8 July 1974 9.05

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