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Michaël Lévinas

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Les Percussions de Strasbourg

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1
Préfixe 00:12:37

Ensemble L'Itineraire, Performer - Alain Louvier, Performer - Michaël Levinas, Composer

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2
Arsis et Thésis 00:07:23

Pierre-Yves Artaud, Performer - Michaël Levinas, Composer

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3
Froissement d'ailes 00:03:29

Pierre-Yves Artaud, Performer - Michaël Levinas, Composer

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4
Voûtes 00:11:32

Les Percussions de Strasbourg, Performer - Michaël Levinas, Composer

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5
Rebonds 00:12:16

Solistes de l'Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Performer - Fahrad Mechkat, Performer - Michaël Levinas, Composer

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6
Trois Etudes pour le piano 00:08:43

Alain Neveu, Performer - Michaël Levinas, Composer

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7
La Cloche fêlée 00:11:48

Orchestre National De France, Performer - Pascal Rophe, Performer - Michaël Levinas, Composer

2001 Aeon 2001 Aeon

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