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I. Andante Sostenuto (Olufs Ballade) - Various - Danish Music Sampler (CD)

  1. Dalkree

    Apr 18,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group II. Andante sostenuto · Andre Watts Beethoven - Piano Sonatas 13, 14 & 23 ℗ Angel Records Released on: Composer: Alexander Glasunow.
  2. Tojabei

    Sheet music for Andante sostenuto from Forty Progressive Duets, Vol. II by Ernesto Köhler, arranged for Flute duet. Free printable PDF score and MIDI track.
  3. Sashicage

    Andante and Scherzo capriccioso, Op (David, Ferdinand) Andante and Scherzo (Becker, Paul) Andante and Variation in C major (Holland, Justin) Andante and Variations and 2 Duos for 2 Violins (Zucchi, Giacomo) Andante and Variations, Opa (Mendelssohn, Felix) Andante apasionado y vals (Viñas, José) Andante Appassionato, Op.2 (Soro, Enrique).
  4. Kajitilar

    The Andante in C for Flute and Orchestra, K. /e was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in and commissioned by Ferdinand De Jean as a possible replacement or alternative second movement for the Flute Concerto No. 1 in G major (K. ).. Supposedly, the commissioner of the K. concerto, De Jean, disliked the original Adagio and had Mozart compose the shorter Andante to .
  5. Zujar

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Finlandia / Andante Cantabile-From Quartet No 1 In D Major Op on Discogs.
  6. Voodoom

    «"Andante cantabile" Op. 11» by Piotr Iljitsch Tchaikowsky. Henry Kelly's Classic Challenge Henry Kelly, Christopher Warren-Green, Roy Goodman, Vlado Perlemuter, Barry Wordsworth, Simon Wright, William Boughton, Franz Schubert Quartett, Ádám Fischer, Roger Nichols.
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  8. Daigis

    Title: Andante Cantabile for Cello Solo and String Orchestra, Op. posth. [Music Download] By: Yo-Yo Ma Format: Music Download Vendor: Masterworks Publication Date: Stock No: WWDL
  9. Votilar

    Composed during the summer of , this Andante in E major was selected, after Mendelssohn's death, to serve as the opening piece of the ad-hoc Andante, Scherzo, Capriccio and Fugue, Op. 81 (published ). The Andante -- or Andante sostenuto, as its full tempo marking reads -- is really a theme and variations, though Mendelssohn didn't take the trouble to mark the individual variations by.

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