Us Pianist Van Clibern In Moscow AKA Van… 1960

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Moscow, Russia, USSR / Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

MS American pianist, Van Clibern, at concert piano playing Rachmaninov's 3rd piano concerto accompanied by the USSR State Symphony Orchestra conducted...



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UN 3383 A
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01:14:53:00 / 01:16:00:00
UN 3383 A
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