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Prelude fantaisie No. 7 - played by Michael Hauber -

Stephan Beneking on July 12, 2013 16:55

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    Pianist Michael Hauber ( from Stuttgart / Germany played all 8 "Preludes fantaisies", so we decided to create a new album. I am sure you will enjoy it, as it contains some of my most extraordinary works...

    You can download the album on BandCamp for the price of a coffee :-)

    It is also available on iTunes and Amazon MP3
    and many other platforms like Spotify, GooglePlay etc.

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