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Cycle of Silence

Frøy Aagre

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1
Steam Train
00:03:59

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

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2
Long Distance
00:05:59

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

2010 ACT 2010 ACT

3
Words On An Envelope
00:06:43

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

2010 ACT 2010 ACT

4
Atoms
00:04:50

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

2010 ACT 2010 ACT

5
Lost Connection
00:03:33

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

2010 ACT 2010 ACT

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Siberia
00:06:40

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

2010 ACT 2010 ACT

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Slow Motion
00:04:03

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

2010 ACT 2010 ACT

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View From Venus
00:05:00

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

2010 ACT 2010 ACT

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Cycle Of Silence
00:08:14

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

2010 ACT 2010 ACT

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Neverending Journey
00:03:08

Frøy Aagre, Composer, Performer

2010 ACT 2010 ACT

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