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Sarband|Satie en Orient (Sarband*)

Satie en Orient (Sarband*)

Sarband*

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Satie en Orient (Sarband*)

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Gnossienne N°1
00:06:20

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

2
Gymnopédie N°1
00:03:38

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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Gnossienne N°3
00:04:27

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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Chanson
00:03:05

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

5
Prélude d'Eginhard
00:07:20

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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Trois sonneries de la rose croix : Air de l'ordre
00:04:01

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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Air du grand prieur
00:02:20

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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Air du grand maître
00:02:28

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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Elégie
00:02:58

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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Gnossienne N°5
00:04:10

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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Les anges
00:02:30

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

12
Gymnopédie N°3
00:02:52

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

13
Danse gothique N°3: En faveur d'un malheureux
00:00:36

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

14
Chanson médiéval
00:03:06

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

15
Upsud Ballet chrétien
00:04:11

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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Hymne pour le "salut drapeau" prose extraite du Prince de Byzance de Joséphin Péladan
00:04:33

Sarband, Ensemble

2005 Doumtak

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