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    HENRYK GÓRECKI | Symphony No. 3 -Opus 36- and also known as Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs | Via Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • Tim Jacob

    Henryk Górecki Symphony No. 3

  • Marie Horne

    Henryk Gorecki: Symphony No. 3, Opus 36

  • Ben Barrett

    ♥ Henryk Górecki --- Symphony No. 3: II. Lento E Largo - Tranquillissimo (Symphony of Sorrowful Songs) ... so haunting, poignant and heartbreakingly beautiful. This is still the ultimate, transcendent performance; Dawn Upshaw's voice in this music is simply unsurpassable (*** Audio only).

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