It has been said that Antonio Carlos Brasileiro de Almeida Jobim was the George Gershwin of Brazil, and there is a solid ring of truth in that, for both contributed large bodies of songs to the jazz repertoire, both expanded their reach into the concert hall, and both tend to...
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|Track / Artist||from album||Bitrate||Size (Mb)||Price||Download|
|Trio No.1, Op.32 In D Minor - Allegro Moderato (Rec.1963)||The Heifetz Collection, Volume 27||320||20,36||ˆ0.10|
|Trio No.1, Op.32 In D Minor - Elegia; Adagio||The Heifetz Collection, Volume 27||320||12,86||ˆ0.10|
|Trio No.1, Op.32 In D Minor - Finale; Allegro Non Tropo||The Heifetz Collection, Volume 27||320||12,74||ˆ0.10|
|Trio No.1, Op.32 In D Minor - Scherzo; Allegro Molto||The Heifetz Collection, Volume 27||320||12,74||ˆ0.10|
|Con, Op.54 In A Ii. Tempo Di Valse||The Heifetz Collection, Volume 06: 1946-1947||320||7,78||ˆ0.10|