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Seizan Sakata|Selected Works for Japanese Instruments, Vol. 2: Magic Mirror

Selected Works for Japanese Instruments, Vol. 2: Magic Mirror

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Selected Works for Japanese Instruments, Vol. 2: Magic Mirror

Seizan Sakata

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flamefox (Marty Regan)

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Flamefox
Seizan Sakata
00:07:49

Seizan Sakata, Performer - Marty Regan, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

dragoneyes (Marty Regan)

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Dragoneyes
Seizan Sakata
00:13:02

Tetsuya Nozawa, Performer - Seizan Sakata, Performer - Erina Matsumura, Performer - Marty Regan, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

In the Night Sky (Marty Regan)

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In the Night Sky
Kenji Yamaguchi
00:13:49

Erina Matsumura, Performer - Kenji Yamaguchi, Performer - Nobuhiro Wakatsuki, Performer - Marty Regan, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Magic Mirror (Marty Regan)

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Magic Mirror
Tetsuya Nozawa
00:14:24

Hitomi Nakamura, Performer - Maya Sakai, Performer - Yuka Sawada, Performer - Kazue Tajima, Performer - Ray Jin, Performer - Tetsuya Nozawa, Performer - Marty Regan, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Voyage (Marty Regan)

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Voyage
Shozan Tanabe
00:10:48

Saeko Wakiya, Performer - Etsuko Hirano, Performer - Shozan Tanabe, Performer - Gen Takeuchi, Performer - Masabumi Sekiguchi, Performer - Marty Regan, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Devil's Bridge (Marty Regan)

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Devil's Bridge
Tetsuya Nozawa
00:09:35

Akiko Sakurai, Performer - Tetsuya Nozawa, Performer - Marty Regan, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

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