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Antonio Vivaldi: Favourites From The Classics - Disc 1 Of 3 CD Track Listing

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Antonio Vivaldi Favourites From The Classics - Disc 1 Of 3 (1995)
This classical cd contains 18 tracks and runs 64min 41sec.
Freedb: 080f2712

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  1. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Spring - 1st Movement - Allegro (03:33)
  2. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Spring - 2nd Movement - Largo (02:23)
  3. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Spring - 3rd Movement - Allegro (04:20)
  4. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Summer - 1st Movement - Allegro Non Molto (05:27)
  5. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Summer - 2nd Movement - Adagio-Presto (02:05)
  6. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Summer - 3rd Movement - Presto (03:01)
  7. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Autumn - 1st Movement - Allegro (05:45)
  8. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Autumn - 2nd Movement - Adagio Molto (03:07)
  9. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Autumn - 3rd Movement - Allegro (03:37)
  10. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Winter - 1st Movement - Allegro Non Molto (03:24)
  11. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Winter - 2nd Movement - Largo (02:17)
  12. Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Winter - 3rd Movement - Allegro (03:42)
  13. Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In A Minor For Flute, RV440 - 1st Movement - Allegro Molto (02:59)
  14. Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In A Minor For Flute, RV440 - 2nd Movement - Largo-Andante (02:53)
  15. Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In A Minor For Flute, RV440 - 3rd Movement - Allegro Molto (02:50)
  16. Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In C For 11 Soloists, RV558 - 1st Movement - Allegro Molto (05:49)
  17. Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In C For 11 Soloists, RV558 - 2nd Movement - Andante Molto (04:14)
  18. Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In C For 11 Soloists, RV558 - 3rd Movement - Allegro (03:05)


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