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Title
The classical variations classical variations
Type
Audio
Language
English
sung or spoken text (eng)
sung or spoken text (ger)
sung or spoken text (und)
Recitations in English; vocal works in English, German, or wordless (16th work)
Identified By
Lccn: 2013624954
Table Of Contents
Only love beauty (after Mahler)
From the album Diabelli variations. Variation XXXII (after Beethoven) ; Variation XXXIII (after Beethoven)
Variation 10 for fortepiano and viola da gamba quartet (after Bach)
From the album Love fugue. Hör' ich das Liedchen klingen = When I hear the song ; Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube = The rose, the lily, the dove ; Am leuchtenden Sommermorgen = This glowing summer morning (after Schumann)
The midnight variation (after Bach)
The brass and drums variation (after Bach)
From the album Wagner e Venezia. Prelude (Tristan und Isolde) (after Wagner)
The scratch variation (after Bach)
The Fats variation (after Bach)
Variation for lute and clarinet (after Bach)
From the album Urlicht/Primal light. Urlicht = primal light (after Mahler)
Variation 27 for lute and flute (after Bach)
Desdemona's lament (after Verdi)
The organ variation (after Bach)
Variation 22 for fortepiano and viola da gamba quartet (after Bach)
From the album Plays Mozart. Turkish rondo from Piano sonata (K. 331) in A-major (after Mozart)
From the album Gustav Mahler in Toblach. Symphony no. 5. Adagietto (after Mahler).
Authorized Access Point
Caine, Uri. classical variations