P. van Maldere: Op. 5 n. 1 / Sinfonia in D major (VR 73) - Part I ...
Jun 29, 2011 ... PIERRE [PIETER] VAN MALDERE [1729-1768] from SEI SINFONIE A PIÙ STROMENTI: Op. 5 n. 1 (Paris, 1768) Symphony in D major (VR 73) ...
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