String Quintet (Schubert) - 2. Adagio - Zagreb International Chamber Music Festival 2008
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Franz Schubert - Quintet in C, D 956 - 2. Adagio
Schubert Quintet in C, D 956 - 2. Adagio live at the Zagreb International Chamber Music Festival 2008 Susanna Yoko Henkel - violin Stefan Milenkovich - violi...
Franz Schubert
This is me playing this short piece by Schubert. I don't know the opus or number or anything, sorry.
Franz Schubert
cantada por Nana Mouskouri.
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Franz Schubert - His famous song cycle
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