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Diamanda Galas|At Saint Thomas the Apostle Harlem

At Saint Thomas the Apostle Harlem

Diamanda Galás

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Verrá la more e avrá i tuoi occhi
00:08:51

Diamanda Galas, Artist, MainArtist

2016 Diamanda Galás 2016 Diamanda Galás

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Anoixe Petra
00:05:20

Diamanda Galas, Artist, MainArtist

2016 Diamanda Galás 2016 Diamanda Galás

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Angels
00:05:09

Diamanda Galas, Artist, MainArtist

2016 Diamanda Galás 2016 Diamanda Galás

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Die Stunde Kommt
00:09:40

Diamanda Galas, Artist, MainArtist

2016 Diamanda Galás 2016 Diamanda Galás

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Fernand
00:05:40

Diamanda Galas, Artist, MainArtist

2016 Diamanda Galás 2016 Diamanda Galás

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O Death
00:10:06

Diamanda Galas, Artist, MainArtist

2016 Diamanda Galás 2016 Diamanda Galás

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Amsterdam
00:06:29

Diamanda Galas, Artist, MainArtist

2016 Diamanda Galás 2016 Diamanda Galás

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Artemis
00:05:32

Diamanda Galas, Artist, MainArtist

2016 Diamanda Galás 2016 Diamanda Galás

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