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Lentz: On the Leopard Altar

Daniel Lentz

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Lentz: On the Leopard Altar

David Kuehn

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Is it Love (Daniel Lentz)

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Is it Love
David Kuehn
00:09:04

Daniel Lentz, Composer, Performer - Brad Ellis, Performer - Arlene Dunlap, Performer - David Kuehn, Performer - Jessica Lowe, Performer - Susan James, Performer - Paul Mackay, Performer - Dennis Parnell, Performer

(C) 2006 Cold Blue Music (P) 2006 Cold Blue Music

Lascaux "Chumash Tombs" (Daniel Lentz)

2
Lascaux "Chumash Tombs"
Brad Ellis
00:09:21

Arlene Dunlap, Performer - Brad Ellis, Performer - David Kuehn, Performer - Daniel Lentz, Composer, Performer

(C) 2006 Cold Blue Music (P) 2006 Cold Blue Music

On the Leopard Altar "Aztec Altar" (Daniel Lentz)

3
On the Leopard Altar "Aztec Altar"
David Kuehn
00:05:19

Jessica Lowe, Performer - Susan James, Performer - Arlene Dunlap, Performer - Daniel Lentz, Composer, Performer - Brad Ellis, Performer - David Kuehn, Performer

(C) 2006 Cold Blue Music (P) 2006 Cold Blue Music

Wolf is Dead (Daniel Lentz)

4
Wolf is Dead
Arlene Dunlap
00:10:05

Jessica Lowe, Performer - Susan James, Performer - Paul Mackay, Performer - Dennis Parnell, Performer - Arlene Dunlap, Performer - Daniel Lentz, Composer, Performer - Brad Ellis, Performer - David Kuehn, Performer

(C) 2006 Cold Blue Music (P) 2006 Cold Blue Music

Requiem (Daniel Lentz)

5
Requiem
Daniel Lentz
00:02:28

Susan James, Performer - Arlene Dunlap, Performer - Daniel Lentz, Composer, Performer - Brad Ellis, Performer - David Kuehn, Performer

(C) 2006 Cold Blue Music (P) 2006 Cold Blue Music

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