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Divinites of the Earth and the Waters

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Mimika Orchestra

Label: PDV records
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

1. Divinities of the Earth and the Waters, 2. Colonnade beneath the World, 3. She Sow Wheat, 4. Pantheon, 5. Enter the Yadhe (bonus, vinyl only), 6. Song of Sorrow, 7. Child, 8. Forgiveness Day

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Maja Rivić; vocals, Anabela Barić; vocals, Laima Ivule; vocals, Sylvia Schmidt; vocals, Andy Hall; trumpet / flugelhorn, Sam Warner; trumpet / flugelhorn, Lilly Carassik; trumpet / flugelhorn, Tim Wearden; trumpet / flugelhorn, Owen Dawson; trombone, Hannah Dilkes; trombone, Chris Saunders; trombone, Thomas Kelly; tuba, Benjamin Kelly; sousaphone, Jason Alder; clarinet / baritone sax, Andrew Linham; clarinet / baritone sax, John Macnaughton; alto sax / clarinet; Andrew Liddell; alto sax / flute / soprano sax, Daniel Woodfield; tenor sax, Rob Milne; tenor sax / bass clarinet / flute, Seb Silas; soprano sax / baritone sax, Leon Røsten; piano / keys / el.guitar, Jamie Benzies; el.bass / doublebass, Tom Atherton; percussion, Harry Pope; drums, Tilé Gichigi Lipere; electronics, Leo Beslać; flute, Luka Čapeta; el.guitar, Thodoris Ziarkas; traditional Cretan lyra, Filip Novosel; traditional Croatian tamburitza, Mak Murtić; musical direction, composition, arrangement, lyrics and synths.


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