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source link Author: Rainer
Posted: Sep 20 2004 - 10:00 PM
Subject: Svend Asmussen?
This CD http://www.jpc-jazz.de/7873830.htm (Svend Asmussen Collection Vol.14)
has a track
7. Toricelli Serenade

No idea if that means anything. Also, the CD seems to be sold out everywhere. Hope this is a bit useful...

Rainer
Author: Angelique
Posted: Sep 20 2004 - 03:50 PM
Subject: Serenade Torricelli (or toricelli)
Does anybody know anything about the Serenade von Toricelli?
I know for sure this is the name of the piece (violin) but translated it from Dutch into English

Can anyone please help?
Name of composer or cd which this music is on???
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