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Jack van Geem and Daniel Hallett - The Goldberg Variations for two marimbas


Sol Joseph Recital Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
The Goldberg Variations, BWV 988
     Variation 1
     Variation 2
     Variation 3 - Canon at the Unison
     Variation 4
     Variation 5
     Variation 6 - Canon at the Second
     Variation 7 - al tempo di Giga
     Variation 8
     Variation 9 - Canon at the Third
     Variation 10 - Fughetta
     Variation 11
     Variation 12 - Canon at the Fourth
     Variation 13
     Variation 14
     Variation 15 - Canon at the Fifth - Andante
     Variation 16 - Ouverture
     Variation 17
     Variation 18 - Canon at the Sixth
     Variation 19
     Variation 20
     Variation 21 - Canon at the Seventh
     Variation 22 - alla breve
     Variation 23
     Variation 24 - Canon at the Octave
     Variation 25 - Adagio
     Variation 26
     Variation 27 - Canon at the Ninth
     Variation 28
     Variation 29
     Variation 30 - Quodlibet
     Aria da Capo

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