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Reveries Of The Solitary Walker

Reveries Of The Solitary Walker by Nikola Kodjabashia buy album

Nikola Kodjabashia

Label: ReR Megacorp
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

1. Cowboyskaya; 2. Kinderlied I; 3. Ave Tatho; 4. Searching for Young Godot; 5. Little Requiem; 6. Sugarking; 7. 7th Walk; 8. Kinderlied II; 9. P.S.; 10. Ludus Gothicus [Live][*].

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Project Zlust Ensemble: Dzijan Emin: french horn, piano, vocals; Ivan Bejkov: double bass, percussion, vocals; Gazmend Berisha: violin; Vladimir Pop-Hristov: violoncello, vocals; Goce Sevkovski: percussion. With Nikola Kodjabashia: piano, percussions, sampler, vocals & conducting; and guests Oleg Kondratenko: violin on track 10; Maria Pendeva: piano on track 10; Yane Kodjabashia:Byzantine Chant on track 6; Aleksandar Pop-Hristov: electric guitar, double bass; Shezair: saz on track 6; Martin Allen: percussion; Marko Petrovski: guitar. All music composed, arranged, written, produced & mixed by: Nikola Kodzabashia (Except 7 composed by Dzhian Emin, arranged, produced and mixed by Nikola Kodjabashia).


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