Wim Zwaag | Violin Concerto and Piano Concerto No. 2

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Violin Concerto and Piano Concerto No. 2

by Wim Zwaag

NEW on ELEMENTS EDITION label : Terence Tam and Sara Davis Buechner with the Victoria Symphony and Tania Miller
Genre: Classical: Concerto
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1. Violin Concerto: I. Maestoso - Adagio Molto - Maestoso Wim Zwaag, Victoria Symphony, Tania Miller & Terence Tam
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19:26 $2.99
2. Violin Concerto: II. Cadenza - Presto - Maestoso Wim Zwaag, Terence Tam, Victoria Symphony & Tania Miller
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9:52 $2.99
3. Piano Concerto No. 2: I. Andante Appassionato Wim Zwaag, Sara Davis Buechner, Victoria Symphony & Tania Miller
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17:01 $2.99
4. Piano Concerto No. 2: II. Adagio Molto Wim Zwaag, Sara Davis Buechner, Victoria Symphony & Tania Miller
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8:09 $2.99
5. Piano Concerto No. 2: III. Alla Breve Wim Zwaag, Sara Davis Buechner, Victoria Symphony & Tania Miller
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Two beautiful new romantic concertos.
Terence Tam plays the Violin Concerto with his beautiful tone and great knowledge of the score and Sara Davis Buechner takes the listener with her romantic and virtuoso approach of the Piano Concerto.


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