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Programme commun

Luc Ferrari, Brunhild Ferrari

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Programme commun 00:17:16

Luc Ferrari, Performer, Composer

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Didascalies 2 00:17:57

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Les EMois d'Aphrodite 00:22:48

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Dérivatif 00:27:08

Brunhild Ferrari, Performer, Composer

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Brumes du réveil 00:28:23

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Tranquilles impatiences 00:20:24

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