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Elena Talarico|Then Elephant Speaks

Then Elephant Speaks

Francesco Zago, Elena Talarico

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Then Elephant Speaks (Bill Whitley)

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Then Elephant Speaks
Elena Talarico
00:08:40

Stefano Grasso, Artist - Elena Talarico, Artist, MainArtist - Bill Whitley, Composer - Francesco Zago, Artist - Lucia Foti, Artist

(C) 2019 Ravello Records (P) 2019 Ravello Records

The Circles, 2017 (Bill Whitley)

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The Circles (Version for Piano & Electronics)
Elena Talarico
00:04:21

Elena Talarico, Artist, MainArtist - Bill Whitley, Composer - Francesco Zago, Artist

(C) 2019 Ravello Records (P) 2019 Ravello Records

Then Elephant Speaks (Bill Whitley)

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(Shaun Michaud Remix)
Elena Talarico
00:08:42

Stefano Grasso, Artist - Elena Talarico, Artist, MainArtist - Bill Whitley, Composer - Francesco Zago, Artist - Lucia Foti, Artist

(C) 2019 Ravello Records (P) 2019 Ravello Records

The Circles, 2017 (Bill Whitley)

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The Circles (Version for Piano & Electronics) [Shaun Michaud Remix]
Elena Talarico
00:04:15

Elena Talarico, Artist, MainArtist - Bill Whitley, Composer - Francesco Zago, Artist

(C) 2019 Ravello Records (P) 2019 Ravello Records

The Circles, 2010 (Bill Whitley)

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The Circles (Version for Solo Piano)
Bill Whitley
00:03:04

Bill Whitley, Composer, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Ravello Records (P) 2019 Ravello Records

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