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Wood Meets Water
00:05:04
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Determination of the Crossing
00:05:45
3
The Gate
00:06:38
4
Age
00:08:20
5
Fountain
00:07:27
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Fountain Var. 1
00:02:59
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Said He to Thee
00:05:21
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Emily
00:09:02

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