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Through the Night

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Presented by Louise Fryer.
Mozart Idomeneus , King of Crete, K366
Brno Philharmonic Chorus, Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager
3.46 Clementi Keyboard Sonata in B flat. Op 24 No 2
4.01 Klrnberqer Flute Sonata in C
4.11 Bach Fantasie in G, BWV572 4.21 Corelll Trio Sonata in D minor, Op 1 No 11: Sonate da Chiesa in D, Op 1 No 12
4.32 Vallet Carillon de village 4.35 Kajanus Aino
4.50 Norman Contrasts, Op 615.00 Berlioz Overture: Les Troyens a Carthage 5£5 Diepenbrock Limitation au Voyage
Duparc Limitation au Voyage 5.16 Ibert Trois Pieces Breves
5.23 Klami Numisuutarit 5.32 Kapp A Prayer Denev A Prayer 5.39 Galilei Cosi nel Mio Cantar Cazzati Ballo delle Ombre 5.45 Tartini Violin Sonata in F, Op 2 No 5
6.00 Stucken Symphonic prologue to Heinrich Heine's tragedy William Ratcliffe 6.28 Glustlni Sonata I in G minor 6.39 Vivaldi Psalm: Nisi Dominus , RV608

Contributors

Presented By: Louise Fryer.
Presented By: Mozart Idomeneus
Conductor: Leopold Hager
Unknown: William Ratcliffe
Unknown: Nisi Dominus
Idomeneo: Herbert Lippert (tenor)
Idamante: Michelle Breedt (soprano)
Ilia Simona: Houda Saturova (soprano)
Elettra: Christiane Iven (soprano)
Arbace: Markus Schafer (tenor)
High Priest: Colin Balzer (tenor)

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