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Mamoru Fujieda, Sarah Cahill - Patterns Of Plants Album

Mamoru Fujieda, Sarah Cahill - Patterns Of Plants Album

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Interprète: Mamoru Fujieda, Sarah Cahill
Titre: Patterns Of Plants
Pays: US
Publié sur: 2014
Style: Contemporary
Category: Classique
Classement: 4.9
Catalogue #: PINNA 2
Label: Pinna Records

Tracklist

1The Twentieth Collection (Begonia In My Life)
2Pattern C4:19
3Piano Selection II
4Pattern A (Servus Paphiopedilum)3:32
5Pattern A4:50
6Pattern D2:06
7The Seventh Collection
8Pattern B2:47
9Pattern D3:38
10Pattern C2:25
11The Fifth Collection
12Pattern B3:44
13The Twelfth Collection
14Pattern D (Euphisia Puella Parva Est)2:50
15Pattern C3:01
16The Nineteenth Collection (The Olive Branch Speaks)
17Pattern D2:35
18The Thirteenth Collection
19Pattern A3:18
20Piano Selection I
21Pattern A3:17
22Pattern D3:25
23The Twenty-First Collection
24The Fifteenth Collection
25Pattern B3:39
26Pattern B2:36
27Pattern A3:14
28Pattern B1:41
29Pattern D4:47
30Pattern C2:51
31Pattern B3:03
32Pattern D3:43
33Pattern B3:26
34Pattern B2:10
35Pattern D2:46
36Pattern B3:13
37Pattern A4:30
38Pattern A2:40
39Pattern A3:52
40Pattern D2:30
41Pattern C3:13
42Pattern D2:31
43The Eleventh Collection
44The Sixteenth Collection


Crédits

  • Composed ByMamoru Fujieda
  • PianoSarah Cahill


Notes

Issued In 2-CD Digipak.


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Album

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