Andante con moto quasi allegretto. Tempo di Valse. Allegro molto.
- La Leadership secondo Peter Pan (Italian Edition).
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- Stanford Libraries.
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Track Listing - Disc 4. Allegro ma non troppo. Poco Allegro. Poco adagio.
Andante cantabile. Track Listing - Disc 5. Andante con moto.
Dvorak: Cypresses (Echo of Songs), B. 152, 7. Kol domu se ted potácím (Andante con moto)
Poco allegro. Alla polka. Allegretto scherzando.
Track Listing - Disc 6. Dumka Elegia. Allegro assai. Poco adagio e molto cantabile. Allegro vivo. String Quartet Movement in F major, B. Track Listing - Disc 7. Poco ada. Zde v lese u potoka In deepest forest glade I stand. Andante maestoso. Allegro scherzan. Molto vivace. Vivace ma non troppo. Track Listing - Disc 8.
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- When God Talks.
- Marginália (Annotated) (Portuguese Edition).
- Opera Today.
Allegro moderato. Adagio ma non troppo. Andante sostenuto - Allegro con fuoco. Adagio ma non troppo - Allegro appassionato.
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