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BRITTEN: Complete Cello Suites

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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: Canto primo: Sostenuto e largamente
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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: I. Fuga: Andante moderato
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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: II. Lamento: Lento rubato
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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: Canto secondo: Sostenuto
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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: III. Serenata: Allegretto (pizzicato)
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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: IV. Marcia: Alla marcia moderato
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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: Canto terzo: Sostenuto
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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: V. Bordone: Moderato quasi recitativo
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Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: VI. Moto perpetuo - Canto quarto: Presto
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Cello Suite No. 2, Op. 80: Declamato: Largo
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Cello Suite No. 2, Op. 80: Fuga: Andante
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Cello Suite No. 2, Op. 80: Scherzo: Allegro molto
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Cello Suite No. 2, Op. 80: Andante lento
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Cello Suite No. 2, Op. 80: Ciaccona: Allegro
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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87: Introduzione: Lento
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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87: Marcia: Allegro
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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87: Canto: Con moto
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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87: Barcarola: Lento
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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87: Dialogo: Allegretto
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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87: Fuga: Andante espressivo
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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87: Recitativo: Fantastico
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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87: Moto perpetuo: Presto
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Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87: Passacaglia: Lento solenne
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