A Timpani Concerto, Drummed Up by Druschetzky

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A most unusual piece from Haydn contemporary Georg Druschetzky: A Concerto for Oboe, Eight Tympani and Orchestra. Lajos Lencses plays oboe. Wieland Junge plays tympani. Andrew Parrott conducts the Stuttgart Radio Symphony at the Schwetzingen Festival in Germany.



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