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Mstislav Rostropovitsch, Violoncello / Herbert Von Karajan (Cond.) Berliner Phil. - Dvorak :Cellokonzert H-Moll / Tschaikowsky : Rokoko-Variationen Op.33 (Last Press 1989 At Polygram Hannover) (Vinyl)

 
 
 

Dvorak :Cellokonzert H-Moll / Tschaikowsky : Rokoko-Variationen Op.33 (Last Press 1989 At Polygram Hannover)
 
 
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Catalog # (SKU) :  SLPM-139044
 
Release Date. :  1989/03/28
 
UPS/EAN/JAN :  4940603011330
 
 
Number of Discs :  1
 
Edition :  Imports
 
Format :  Vinyl
 
 
 
 
 
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[PERSONNEL] Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan(cond), Mstislav Rostropowitsch(cello),Deutsche Grammophon, Made in Germany. Recording Engineer: Gunter Hermanns. Stereo Recording. (POL640, LC0173, 139044)[The most significant vinyl final pressed at the factory boasting the world’s highest technology POLYGRAM Hannover 1989 with special protect thick vinyl case.]
 
 
 
 
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Side A) 1.Satz: Allegro[Anton Dvorak: Concert for Violoncello and Orchestra in B Minor, Op.104] 2.Satz: Adagio, Ma Non Troppo[Anton Dvorak: Concert for Violoncello and Orchestra in B Minor, Op.104] Side B) 1.Satz: Finale: Allegro Monderato[Peter Tschaikovsky: Variations on A Rocco Theme for Violoncello and Orchestra, OP. 33]