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Tundra

Nils Anders Mortensen, Knut Erik Sundquist

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1
Andante
Serge Koussevitzky; Knut Erik Sundquist; Nils Anders Mortensen
3:26
2
Valse Miniature
Serge Koussevitzky; Nils Anders Mortensen; Knut Erik Sundquist
2:16
3
Chanson Triste
Serge Koussevitzky; Knut Erik Sundquist; Nils Anders Mortensen
4:32
4
Humoresque
Serge Koussevitzky; Nils Anders Mortensen; Knut Erik Sundquist
1:46
5
Preludium
Reinhold Gliere; Nils Anders Mortensen; Knut Erik Sundquist
3:25
6
Scherzo
Reinhold Gliere; Knut Erik Sundquist; Nils Anders Mortensen
4:28
7
Intermezzo
Reinhold Gliere; Knut Erik Sundquist; Nils Anders Mortensen
3:26
8
Tarantella
Reinhold Gliere; Knut Erik Sundquist; Nils Anders Mortensen
5:07
9
Aria
Anatoly Alexandrov; Nils Anders Mortensen; Knut Erik Sundquist
3:35
10
Canzona Ditirambica
Anatoly Alexandrov; Nils Anders Mortensen; Knut Erik Sundquist
6:30
11
Vocalise
Sergei Rachmaninoff; Knut Erik Sundquist; Nils Anders Mortensen
5:35
Total Playing Time    44:06
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lawo Classics Studio Masters

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