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Composer: Ibert, Jacques (1890-1962)

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November 2020
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PragueGewandhaus Bläserquintett

Czech Philharmonic
Mendelssohn, Reicha, Ibert, Klughardt

MadridBuide del Real, Ibert, Schubert

Buide del Real, Ibert, Schubert
Buide del Real, Ibert, Schubert
Orquesta Sinfónica de RTVE; Miguel Harth-Bedoya; Coro de RTVE; Clara Andrada de la Calle; Natalia Labourdette; Carol Garcia

MelbourneFlute, Viola and Harp

Ibert, Gubaidulina, Takemitsu, Debussy
Prudence Davis; Christopher Moore; Yinuo Mu

HamburgNDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester / Paavo Järvi

Poulenc, Ravel, Ibert
NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester; Paavo Järvi

BerlinEmmanuel Pahud plays Ibert

Busoni, Ibert, Franck
Berliner Philharmoniker; Daniel Barenboim; Emmanuel Pahud
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