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Quatuor Ebène

Quatuor Ebène

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5,944 Plays

Popular Songs

Sting: Fragile (Arr. for String Quartet and Vocals) [feat. Mino Cinelu & Richard Héry]
Quatuor Ebène
4:02
4:02
Fisher / Roberts: Amado mío, Song (from "Gilda")
Quatuor Ébène & Luz Casal
4:29
4:29
Fragile (ft. Mino Cinelu, Stacey Kent & Richard Héry)
Quatuor Ebène
4:02
4:02
Holmes, D.: 7-29-04 the Day Of (from "Ocean's Twelve")
Quatuor Ebène
4:41
4:41
So Nice (ft. Jim Tomlinson, Philippe Faurie, Stacey Kent & Richard Héry)
Quatuor Ebène
4:24
4:24

Singles

Springsteen: Streets of Philadelphia, Song (from "Philadelphia")
Quatuor Ebène
5:39
5:39
Fisher / Roberts: Amado mío, Song (from "Gilda")
Quatuor Ébène & Luz Casal
4:29
4:29
Fauré: Piano Quintet No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 89: I. Molto moderato (feat. Quatuor Ébène)
Michel Dalberto
12:06
12:06

Biography

Quatuor Ebène

July 23: Revolution Day in Egypt (1952) Fatinitza is a full-length, three-act operetta written by Franz von Suppé and with a libretto by Camillo Walzel and Richard Genée. Based on the libretto to La circassienne by Eugène Scribe, it follows a gender-disguised Russian lieutenant caught in a love triangle with an elderly general and the general's niece. The operetta premièred on 5 January 1876 at the Carltheater in Vienna and was a popular success throughout Europe, but now is rarely staged. Lithograph: Vic Arnold; restoration: Adam Cuerden Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization that also hosts a range of other projects: This Wikipedia is written in English. Started in 2001 (2001), it currently contains 4,925,105 articles. Many other Wikipedias are available; some of the largest are listed below.