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Rolf Kühn

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1
Conversation One
00:06:00

Rolf Kuhn, Composer, Performer - Asja Valcic, Performer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

2
Pinocchio's Dream
00:03:18

Rolf Kuhn, Composer, Performer - Hamilton De Holanda, Performer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

3
Pinocchio's Dance
00:03:18

Rolf Kuhn, Composer, Performer - Hamilton De Holanda, Performer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

4
Don't Forget
00:06:22

Rolf Kuhn, Composer, Performer - Joachim Kühn, Performer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

5
Choro Do Portina
00:04:05

Rolf Kuhn, Performer - Hamilton De Holanda, Composer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

6
Broken City
00:04:02

Rolf Kuhn, Composer, Performer - Asja Valcic, Performer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

7
Laura
00:04:59

Rolf Kuhn, Performer - Albrecht Mayer, Performer - David Raksin, Composer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

8
Fingerprints
00:08:01

Rolf Kuhn, Composer, Performer - Albrecht Mayer, Performer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

9
A Strange Sunrise
00:03:35

Rolf Kuhn, Composer, Performer - Asja Valcic, Performer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

10
X-Ray
00:03:40

Rolf Kuhn, Composer, Performer - Ed Motta, Performer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

11
Flip-Flop
00:02:01

Rolf Kuhn, Composer, Performer - Ed Motta, Performer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

12
Autumn Leaves
00:03:25

Rolf Kuhn, Performer - Hamilton De Holanda, Performer - Joseph Kosma, Composer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

13
Dexter's Tune (Bonustrack)
00:03:11

Rolf Kuhn, Performer - Asja Valcic, Performer - Randy Newman, Composer

2016 Edel Germany GmbH 2016 Rolf Kühn

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