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1291

Daniel Humair, Samuel Blaser, Heiri Känzig

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1
Original Dixieland One Step
00:04:03
2
Guggisberglied
00:05:25
3
Les oignons
00:02:02
4
Grégorien à St Guillaume de Neuchâtel
00:02:18
5
Belafonte
00:03:22
6
7even
00:03:14
7
Poya
00:02:53
8
High Society
00:05:54
9
Where Did You Sleep Last Night
00:03:30
10
Ory's Creole Trombone
00:01:18
11
Bass Song
00:01:51
12
Jim Dine
00:05:44
13
Ory's Original Creole Dixieland Trombone One Step
00:01:59
14
Cantique suisse
00:04:30

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