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Exaudi Vocal Ensemble|Cassidy: A Painter of Figures in Rooms

Cassidy: A Painter of Figures in Rooms

Exaudi Vocal Ensemble, James Weeks

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A Painter of Figures in Rooms (Aaron Cassidy)

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A Painter of Figures in Rooms
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James Weeks, Conductor - Exaudi Vocal Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist - Aaron Cassidy, Composer

(C) 2012 NMC Recordings (P) 2012 NMC Recordings

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