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Nine Dances Of Patrick O’Gonogon

Nine Dances Of Patrick O’Gonogon by Keith Tippett buy album

Keith Tippett

Label: Discus Music
Released: 2016
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The Dance of the Return of the Swallows; The Dance of the Intangible Touching; The Dance of the Sheer Joy of It All; The Dance of the Walk with the Sun on his Back; The Dance of the Day of Observance; The Dance of the Longing; The Dance of the Bike Ride from Shinanagh Bridge with the Wind at his Back; The Dance of Her Returning; The Dance of the Wily Old Fox of the Ballyhoura Mountains; The Dance of Her Returning (coda); The Last Rose of Summer.

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Keith Tippett composer, piano; Fulvio Sigurta trumpet, fluegelhorn; Kieran McLeod, Rob Harvey trombones; Sam Mayne alto and soprano saxophones, flute; James Gardiner-Bateman alto saxophone; Tom McCredie bass; Peter Fairclough drums; Julie Tippetts voice on “The Dance of Her Returning” only.


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