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Obra: Trío con piano núm. 1 en re menor, Op.49

Buscador de conciertos de música clásica, óperas, espectáculos de ballet y danza
Datos
CompositorMendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847)
PeriodoRomántico
Tipo de obraChamber
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Renaud Capuçon, Nicholas Angelich and Edgar Moreau © Tsinandali Festival
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James Ehnes © Benjamin Ealovega
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© Wenceslas Godel
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Martha Argerich and Renaud Capuçon © Caroline Doutre
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Mischa Maisky and Martha Argerich © Tom Howard | Barbican
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