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  1. RR: 129. Mozart: Piano Concerto #21 in C, K. 467

    1. Gulda, Abbado (cond.), Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (1960)




    2. Casadesus, Szell (cond.), Cleveland Orchestra (1962)




    3. Anda (piano & cond.), Camerata Academica des Salzburger Mozarteums (1978)

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  2. RR: 128. Bach: Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor, BWV 582

    1. Biggs (1960)




    2. Walcha (1962)




    3. Hurford (1978)




    4. K. Richter (1978)

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  3. RR: 127. Bizet: Carmen

    1. Beecham (cond.), De Los Angeles, Gedda, Micheau, Blanc, French National Radio Orchestra & Chorus (1959)




    2. Abbado (cond.), Berganza, Domingo, Cotrubas, Milnes, London Symphony Orchestra, Ambrosian Singers (1977)




    3. Solti (cond.), Troyanos, Domingo,
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  4. Edvard Grieg, Václav Neumann, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Adele Stolte ‎– Peer Gynt

    Henrik Ibsen ‘s five act play Peer Gynt is one of the most widely performed Norwegian plays. It is loosely based on a Norwegian fairy tale (Per Gynt) which tells the story of the eponymous Per Gynt, a hunter from Kvam, and his various exploits. Gynt rescues three dairy-maids from trolls and shoots the Bøyg, a gigantic, worm-shaped troll-being. The fairy tale is most famously recorded by Asbjørnsen and Moe in Norwegian Folktales. Ibsen believed that the legend of Per Gynt was rooted in fact, and
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  5. RR: 126. Debussy: String Quartet in G minor, L 85

    1. Quartetto Italiano (1965)




    2. Quatuor Ebène (2008)




    3. Alban Berg Quartet (1984)




    4. Melos Quartet (1979)

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