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Danish National Symphony Orchestra - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Danish National Symphony Orchestra - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

(6:13) The Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) hosted three orchestral concerts called 'Duellen - Morricone traekker forst' (The Dual - Morricone draws first) which included some of the soundtrack from various western and gangster movies. This is their version of Morricone's classic: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. January 2018.

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Guest: (100 days ago)

Brilliant and to look at the conductor you use two eye and it is really easy!

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Brilliant and to look at the conductor you use two eye and it is really easy!

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Guest: (104 days ago)

Good version of a classic piece of music and the conductor is very easy to look at.

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Good version of a classic piece of music and the conductor is very easy to look at.

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Guest: jerry crook (89 days ago)

excellent

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excellent

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Thank you

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