These popular works include the complete Four Norwegian Dances, Op. 35; four excerpts from Lyric Pieces (Erotik, March of the Trolls, Notturno, and Wedding Day at Troldhaugen); the complete From Holberg's Time, Op. 4 (Praeludium, Sarabande, Gavotte, Air, and Rigaudon); selections from Peer Gynt Suite... read more
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