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Concerto For Cello & Orchestra: 1st & 2… Concerto For Cello & Orchestra: 1st & 2nd Movement 15:04    
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Track length:15:04
Artist: Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Laslo Varga
Composer: Klaus Egge
ISRC: NOLFA5816010
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Concerto For Cello & Orchestra: 3rd Mov… Concerto For Cello & Orchestra: 3rd Movement 6:22    
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Track length:6:22
Artist: Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Laslo Varga
Composer: Klaus Egge
ISRC: NOLFA5816020
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Concerto For Cello & Orchestra: 4th Mov… Concerto For Cello & Orchestra: 4th Movement 5:58    
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Track length:5:58
Artist: Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Laslo Varga
Composer: Klaus Egge
ISRC: NOLFA5816030
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Symphony No.2: Allegro Molto Vivace Symphony No.2: Allegro Molto Vivace 5:08    
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Track length:5:08
Artist: Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
Composer: Klaus Egge
ISRC: NOLFA5816040
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Symphony No.2: Adagio Dolcissimo Symphony No.2: Adagio Dolcissimo 7:07    
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Track length:7:07
Artist: Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
Composer: Klaus Egge
ISRC: NOLFA5816050
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Symphony No.2: Finale - Rondo Allegro G… Symphony No.2: Finale - Rondo Allegro Giocoso 6:36    
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Track length:6:36
Artist: Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
Composer: Klaus Egge
ISRC: NOLFA5816060
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Symphony No.4 Symphony No.4 22:48    
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Track length:22:48
Artist: Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
Composer: Klaus Egge
ISRC: NOLFA5816070

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About Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra:

The Oslo Philharmonic can trace its roots back to the times of Edvard Grieg and Johan Svendsen, and was in 1919 established under its present name. Music directors and chief conductors from 1919 and on were Goerg Schnéevoigt (1919-21), Johan Halvorsen (1919-10), Ignaz Neumark (1919-21), José Eibenschütz (1921-27), Issay Dobrowen (1927-31), Odd Grüner-Hegge (1931-33 and 1945-52), Olav Kielland (1931-45), Herbert Blomstedt (1962-68), Øivin Fjeldstad (1962-69), Miltiades Caridis (1969-75) and Okko Kamu (1975-79).

With Mariss Jansons, Music Director 1979-2002, the orchestra achieved high international recognition. Touring activities from 1982 and on include most of the prominent venues in Europe and festivals such as BBC Proms, Edinburgh, Lucerne and Salzburg, as well as significant venues in North- and South America and East Asia. In 1997 the Oslo Philharmonic and Mariss Jansons were honoured by residency at Vienna Musikverein, with five concert in one week.

In 2002 ...