Haydn - Symphonies No. 52 & 53 "l'imperiale" / Marriner / 1971 Philips Stereo Nm
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Haydn - Symphonies No. 52 & 53 "l'imperiale" / Marriner / 1971 Philips Stereo Nm:
Haydn - Symphonies Nos. 52 & 53 "L'Impériale"
Conductor – Sir Neville MarrinerOrchestra – Academy Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields
Rare Original 1971 Netherlands Pressing "Philips – 6500 114 STEREO" LP
Symphony No. 52 In C Minor A1 Allegro Assai Con Brio A2 Andante A3 Menuetto (Allegretto) A4 Finale (Presto) Symphony No. 53 In D “L'Impériale” B1 Largo Maestoso — Vivace B2 Andante B3 Menuetto B4 Finale (Presto)Enlarge Pictures For All Details/Tracks
Condition Vinyl: NMCondition Sleeve : EX - / top right cutout
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