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Ferdinand Ries: Piano Concertos, Op. 42 and Op. 177 - Introduction et Rondeau brillant

Christopher Hinterhuber, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Uwe Grodd

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Piano Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Op. 42  
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I. Allegro con brio
Ferdinand Ries; Christopher Hinterhuber; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Uwe Grodd
13:12
2
II. Larghetto
Ferdinand Ries; Christopher Hinterhuber; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Uwe Grodd
5:07
3
III. Rondo. Allegro non troppo
Ferdinand Ries; Christopher Hinterhuber; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Uwe Grodd
11:33
4
Introduction et Rondeau brillant, Op. 144
Ferdinand Ries; Christopher Hinterhuber; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Uwe Grodd
17:52
Piano Concerto No. 9 in G Minor, Op. 177  
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I. Allegro con brio
Ferdinand Ries; Christopher Hinterhuber; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Uwe Grodd
13:18
6
II. Larghetto con moto
Ferdinand Ries; Christopher Hinterhuber; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Uwe Grodd
7:24
7
III. Rondo. Allegretto
Ferdinand Ries; Christopher Hinterhuber; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Uwe Grodd
9:40
Total Playing Time    78:06
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