Czech suite Op.39 (Antonín Dvořák)

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Czech suite Op.39 (Antonín Dvořák)

I. Praeludium (Pastorale) - 0:00
II. Polka - 3:11
III. Menuett (Sousedská) - 7:34
IV. Romanze - 11:30
V. Finale (Furiant) - 16:22

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