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Sacha Puttnam|Love's Theme

Love's Theme

Sacha Puttnam

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Giorgio Moroder, Composer - Richard Cottle, Conductor - Sacha Puttnam, Arranger, MainArtist - Geoff Southall, Engineer - The Classic Film Orchestra, Orchestra - Joel Rubel, Engineer

2020 Ulysses Arts 2020 Maya Music

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