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Added by heitorgoncalves (4)  

Added on: 26/12/2011

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Takashi Asahina : Symphonic Portraits of (1998) [TOLH-8043~5]

Country  Japan  Buy Classical Music at ArkivMusic.com
Released  24/06/1998
Publisher  ???
Price  18270 JPY

UPC  4988006933248UPC=4988006933248
Category  Classical

Color  Color
Length  261 min.
Sides  6
Chapters  22
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Box Set
Rot status  None reported
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 Additional Information by heitorgoncalves (4)     14/02/2012 

Symphonic Portraits of the Maestro Takashi Asahina with the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra.

    Disc 1
  • Johannes Brahms Sinfonie Nr.4
    Disc 2
  • Johannes Brams Sinfonie Nr.1 and Variationen über ein Thema von Haydn op.56a
    Disc 3
  • Anton Bruckner Sinfonie Nr.3
  • Ludwig van Beethoven Ouvertüre zu Fidelio op.72b