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Gabor Gado|The Second Coming

The Second Coming

Gábor Gadó

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1
Kolyma (In Memory of Varlam Shalamov)
00:03:35

Gábor Gadó, Composer, MainArtist - BIEM-ARTISJUS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2004 BMC Record (P) 2004 BMC Records

2
Hommage a A. Schnittke
00:03:55

Gábor Gadó, Composer, MainArtist - BIEM-ARTISJUS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2004 BMC Record (P) 2004 BMC Records

3
Jonathan Livingston
00:06:17

Gábor Gadó, Composer, MainArtist - BIEM-ARTISJUS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2004 BMC Record (P) 2004 BMC Records

4
Kővilág (In Memory of Tadeusz Borowski)
00:05:27

Gábor Gadó, Composer, MainArtist - BIEM-ARTISJUS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2004 BMC Record (P) 2004 BMC Records

5
Strindberg
00:07:29

Gábor Gadó, Composer, MainArtist - BIEM-ARTISJUS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2004 BMC Record (P) 2004 BMC Records

6
Psyché
00:05:21

Gábor Gadó, Composer, MainArtist - BIEM-ARTISJUS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2004 BMC Record (P) 2004 BMC Records

7
The 33rd year
00:06:35

Gábor Gadó, Composer, MainArtist - BIEM-ARTISJUS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2004 BMC Record (P) 2004 BMC Records

8
The Second Coming
00:07:24

Gábor Gadó, Composer, MainArtist - BIEM-ARTISJUS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2004 BMC Record (P) 2004 BMC Records

9
Voronezh, 1934 (To Anna Ahmatova and Osip Mandelstam)
00:01:47

Gábor Gadó, Composer, MainArtist - BIEM-ARTISJUS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2004 BMC Record (P) 2004 BMC Records

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