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International Contemporary Ensemble - Dai Fujikura: Mina
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Dai Fujikura: Mina
International Contemporary Ensemble
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Mina (Dai Fujikura)
International Contemporary Ensemble, Ensemble - Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Martyn Brabbins, Conductor - Dai Fujikura, Composer
Prism Spectra (Dai Fujikura)
Miranda Cuckson, Performer - David Adamcyk, Performer - Dai Fujikura, Composer
Following (Dai Fujikura)
Rebekah Heller, Performer - Dai Fujikura, Composer
The Spirit of Beings (Dai Fujikura)
Matthew Barley, Performer - Dai Fujikura, Composer, Performer
Recorder Concerto (Dai Fujikura)
Jeremias Schwarzer, Performer - Ensemble Resonanz, Ensemble - Peter Rundel, Conductor - Dai Fujikura, Composer
Wondrous Steps (Dai Fujikura)
Lucerne Festival Ensemble, Ensemble - Chin-Chao Lin, Conductor - Dai Fujikura, Composer
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 6 track(s)
- Total length: 01:14:35
- Main artist: International Contemporary Ensemble
- Label: Minabel
- Genre: Classical
- 24-Bit 48.0 kHz - Stereo
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