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Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Collegium Aureum - Four Hamburg Symphonies Album

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Collegium Aureum - Four Hamburg Symphonies Album

Performer: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Collegium Aureum
Title: Four Hamburg Symphonies
Released: 1969
Cat#: VICS-1453
Country: US
Label: RCA
Size MP3 version: 2663 mb
Size FLAC version: 2099 mb
Size WMA version: 1683 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 160
Genre: Classical

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Collegium Aureum - Four Hamburg Symphonies Album


Tracklist

1Symphony In C10:15
2Symphony In B Minor11:30
3Symphony In A11:17
4Symphony In B-flat10:03

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
20 29319-1Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Das Collegium Aureum Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Das Collegium Aureum - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Vier Hamburger Sinfonien ‎(LP, Album)BASF, Harmonia Mundi20 29319-1Germany1971
HMI 73082Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Das Collegium Aureum Auf Originalinstrumentalen Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Das Collegium Aureum Auf Originalinstrumentalen - Vier Hamburger Sinfonien ‎(LP, Gat)Deutsche Harmonia MundiHMI 73082Italy1968
10 C 065-099 691Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Das Collegium Aureum Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Das Collegium Aureum - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Vier Hamburger Sinfonien ‎(LP, Album)Deutsche Harmonia Mundi10 C 065-099 691Spain1971
1C 065-99 691Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Das Collegium Aureum Auf Originalinstrumentalen Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Das Collegium Aureum Auf Originalinstrumentalen - Vier Hamburger Sinfonien ‎(LP)Deutsche Harmonia Mundi1C 065-99 691GermanyUnknown
77 799C. Ph. E. Bach - Collegium Aureum C. Ph. E. Bach - Collegium Aureum - C. Ph. E. Bach • Vier Hamburger Sinfonien ‎(LP, Album)Orbis , Deutsche Harmonia Mundi77 799GermanyUnknown

Credits

  • ConcertmasterFranzjosef Maier
  • HarpsichordGustav Leonhardt

Notes

Liner notes by Robert W. Gutman

Album

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