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La Passion

Ekaterina Afanasieva

2010

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La Passion

Ekaterina Afanasieva

Released: 01/04/2010

Genre: Classical

℗ 2010 Arpa Nueva



  • 4:19

    Granada

  • 6:31

    Baroque Flamenco

  • 3:11

    Nataliana

  • 4:07

    La Vida Breve: Spanish Dance No. 1

  • 3:56

    Milonga para Amar

  • 3:49

    Libertango

  • 4:51

    Verano Porteño

  • 1:51

    Rumba

  • 4:41

    Malagueña

  • 10:08

    Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio

  • 5:59

    Cantos de España, Op. 232: I. Prelude (Asturias)

  • 5:00

    Cantos de España, Op. 232: IV. Córdoba

12 songs, 58:23 total time, 114.05 MB

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