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The German Classics Charts for June 2004, provided by Mediacontrol for the Phonographic Economic Association, are: 1) Anna Netrobko: Opera Arias (Deutsche Grammophon); 2) Johann Sebastian Bach: Goldberg Variations / Martin Stadtfeld (Sony Classical); 3) Thomas Quasthoff: Widmung (Dedication) (Deutsche Grammophon); 4) Cecilia Bartoli: The Salieri Album (Decca); 5) Helene Grimaud: Credo (Deutsche Grammophon); 6) Nigel Kennedy: The Vivaldi Album (EMI Classics); 7) New Year's Concert 2004 - Vienna Philharmonic / Muti (Deutsche Grammophon); 8) Joseph Calleja: Tenor Arias (Decca); 9) Hillary Hahn: Bach Concertos (Deutsche Grammophon); 10) Anne-Sophie Mutter: Beethoven Violin Concerto et al (Decca).

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On 7/15/2004 at 12:15 AM, ASUmusicMAN said:

German classics

The German Classics Charts for June 2004, provided by Mediacontrol for the Phonographic Economic Association, are: 1) Anna Netrobko: Opera Arias (Deutsche Grammophon); 2) Johann Sebastian Bach: Goldberg Variations / Martin Stadtfeld (Sony Classical); 3) Thomas Quasthoff: Widmung (Dedication) (Deutsche Grammophon); 4) Cecilia Bartoli: The Salieri Album (Decca); 5) Helene Grimaud: Credo (Deutsche Grammophon); 6) Nigel Kennedy: The Vivaldi Album (EMI Classics); 7) New Year's Concert 2004 - Vienna Philharmonic / Muti (Deutsche Grammophon); 😎 Joseph Calleja: Tenor Arias (Decca); 9) Hillary Hahn: Bach Concertos (Deutsche Grammophon); 10) Anne-Sophie Mutter: Beethoven Violin Concerto et al (Decca) https://bloxevonexecutor.com/how-to-use-evon-executor/

 

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