Anne-Sophie Mutter: Beethoven: Violin Romance No.2 in F major, Op.50

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Anne-Sophie Mutter: Beethoven: Violin Romance No.2 in F major, Op.50.
Artist: Anne-Sophie Mutter, Released date: October 10, 2006, Original Release Date: November 30, 2005.

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