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Christopher Roberts|Trios for Deep Voices

Trios for Deep Voices

Christopher Roberts, James Bergman, Mark Morton

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Trios for Deep Voices (Christopher Roberts)

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I. Hornbills
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Christopher Roberts, Composer, Performer - Mark Morton, Performer - James Bergman, Performer

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II. Around the earth
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Christopher Roberts, Composer, Performer - Mark Morton, Performer - James Bergman, Performer

(C) 2009 Cold Blue Music (P) 2009 Cold Blue Music

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III. Kon burunemo
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Christopher Roberts, Composer, Performer - Mark Morton, Performer - James Bergman, Performer

(C) 2009 Cold Blue Music (P) 2009 Cold Blue Music

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IV. Flying
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Christopher Roberts, Composer, Performer - Mark Morton, Performer - James Bergman, Performer

(C) 2009 Cold Blue Music (P) 2009 Cold Blue Music

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V. Mesto
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Christopher Roberts, Composer, Performer - Mark Morton, Performer - James Bergman, Performer

(C) 2009 Cold Blue Music (P) 2009 Cold Blue Music

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