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Johannes Brahms / Wilhelm Killmayer – Abegg Trio - Trio Für Klavier, Violine Und Violoncello H-dur Op.8 / Brahms Bildnis (1976) Album FLAC

Johannes Brahms / Wilhelm Killmayer – Abegg Trio - Trio Für Klavier, Violine Und Violoncello H-dur Op.8 / Brahms Bildnis (1976) Album FLAC Performer: Johannes Brahms / Wilhelm Killmayer – Abegg Trio
Album: Trio Für Klavier, Violine Und Violoncello H-dur Op.8 / Brahms Bildnis (1976)
Country: Germany
Released: 1984
Style: Baroque, Classical
Label: Deutsche Harmonia Mundi
Genre: Classical
Catalog #: HM 678 D
Size FLAC: 1163 mb.
Size MP3: 2561 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 221
Record Source: Vinyl, LP




Tracklist


1Allegro Con Brio
2Brahms-Bildnis
Composed By – Wilhelm Killmayer
3Adagio
4Trio Für Klavier, Violine Und Violoncello H-dur Op. 8
Composed By – Johannes Brahms
5Scherzo (Allegro Molto)
6Allegro


Credits


  • CelloBirgit Erichson
  • EnsembleAbegg Trio
  • PianoGerrit Zitterbart
  • Recording SupervisorDr. Benjamin Bernfeld
  • ViolinUlrich Beetz


Notes


Side A 21:25 / Side B 27:34
Digital recording ,Direct Metal Mastering - DMM
Gatefoldcover
rec. 11. - 13. 1. 1984 at Festeburg-Kirche Frankfurt
(P) 1984 harmonia mundi


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 0761


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Deutsche Harmonia Mundi


Album


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