`Carnival of the Animals` for chamber ensemble (or piano and orchestra) (1886), R.125 (Saint-Saens)

Camille Saint-Saens (1835–1921)


`Carnival of the Animals` for chamber ensemble (or piano and orchestra) (1886), R.125

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1. Introduction and royal march of the lion
2. Hens and roosters
3. Wild asses; quick animals
4. Tortoises
5. The elephant
6. Kangaroos
7. Aquarium
8. Characters with long ears
9. The...Read more
1. Introduction and royal march of the lion
2. Hens and roosters
3. Wild asses; quick animals
4. Tortoises
5. The elephant
6. Kangaroos
7. Aquarium
8. Characters with long ears
9. The cuckoo in the depths of the woods
10. Aviary
11. Pianists
12. Fossils
13. The swan
14. Finale

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