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Arditti String Quartet - Dai Fujikura : Flare
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Dai Fujikura : Flare
Arditti String Quartet
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'Flare' (Live Recording) (Dai Fujikura)
Arditti String Quartet, Ensemble - Dai Fujikura, Composer
But, I fly (Live Recording) (Dai Fujikura)
Vox Humana, Choir - Dai Fujikura, Composer - Harry Ross, Lyricist
SAKANA (version for tenor saxophone) (Dai Fujikura)
Masanori Oishi, Performer - Dai Fujikura, Composer
Dolphins (version for 2 cellos) (Live Recording) (Dai Fujikura)
Mari Endo, Performer - Kenji Nakagi, Performer - Dai Fujikura, Composer
Halcyon (Dai Fujikura)
Goldfield Ensemble, Ensemble - Dai Fujikura, Composer
Flux (Live Recording) (Dai Fujikura)
Johanna Persson, Performer - Dai Fujikura, Composer
Scion Stems (Live Recording) (Dai Fujikura)
Trio ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen, Ensemble - Dai Fujikura, Composer
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 7 track(s)
- Total length: 01:06:59
- Main artist: Arditti String Quartet
- Composer: Dai Fujikura
- Label: Minabel
- Area: Japon
- Genre: Classical Chamber Music
- Period: Compositeurs nés après 1958
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