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Titolo:
Conversations
Interprete:
John Bilotta, David Gaines
Rilasciato:
2010
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1944 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2629 mb
Genere:
Etichetta:
Navona Records

Tracklist


1Grave, Ma Con Semplicita1:24
2Shadow Tree 5:15
3As Long As Sentient Beings Remain4:57
4Danza1:44
5Modere3:08
6Prelude1:07
7Running0:51
8Andante1:41
9Andantino1:45
10Allegretto, Ma Non Troppo0:50
11Piu Ritmico1:26
12Dreaming1:41
13Vivo1:30
14Joyeux1:54
15As Long As Space Remains5:03
16Con Brio1:23
17Con Brio1:02
18Finale1:03
19Until Then, May I Too Remain5:28
20Jubilee For Euphonium And Piano 1:20
21Allegretto1:00
22Lamento E Cavatine2:37
23Tres Calm Et Expressif2:20
24Furioso0:45
25Thinking1:19
26Moderato1:27
27Playing1:11
28Adagio2:22
29Andante1:07
30Adagio1:50
31Piu Ritmico1:15


Album


Альбом 2010 Песен: 31. John G. Allegretto, ma non troppo. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. 8 listeners. Album Summary. Gaines, David : Jubilee, for euphonium & piano. Bilotta, John G. Gen'ei no Mai, for flute & clarinet. Madison Sketchbook, Set 2, for piano. Shadow Tree, for alto flute & guitar. Gaines, David : Suite of Changes, for viola & mallet percussion. Entr'acte, for clarinet. Sonatina for piano. Fire in Spring, for flute & oboe. Madison Sketchbook, Set 1, for piano. Gaines, David :. and dispel the miseries of the world, for baritone saxophone. Even if the selections don't completely hang together as an LP statement, they're united by Dolphy's generally brilliant playing and a sense that - after several years without. This song can only be purchased with the album. Add gift card or promotion code. Album Only. Sold by Services LLC. Additional taxes may apply. David Gaines, composer, Rockville, Maryland. Conversations: Keyboard and Chamber Music by John Bilotta and David Gaines. Q&A with John David Washington of BLACKKKLANSMAN. Moderated by New York Times Contributing Writer Bruce Fretts SYNOPSIS From visionary filmmaker Spike With John Fowles book. Although best known for his novels The Collector, The Magus. With critics, scholars, and journalists, he discusses his life, his art, his distinctive world view, and his special relationship with nature