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Richard Drexler

Label: Songosaurus Music
Released: 2005
Views: 700

Track Listing

Hungarian Dance #1 in g minor; Piano Quintet in f minor, Op. 34 - 3rd movement/Piano Quartet #3 in c minor, Op. 60 - 1st movement; Piano Quartet #3 in c minor, Op. 60 - 3rd movement; Hungarian Dance #5 in f# minor; Introduction to Epistrophy; Epistrophy; I'll Never Find Another You; Where Is Love?; Intermezzo in a minor, Op. 76, No. 7; String Quintet #2 in G, Op. 111 - 1st movement; String Quintet #2 in G, Op. 111 - 2nd movement; String Quintet #2 in G, Op. 111 - 3rd movement; String Quintet #2 in G, Op. 111- 4th movement; Capriccio in d minor, Op. 116, No. 1; Violin Concerto in D, Op. 77 - 3rd movement


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Richard Drexler: piano, bass, vocals, saxolodica, violin, viola, cello, cajon, percussion; Alex Acuna: drums; Tracy Alexander: drums; George Allgaier: tenor saxophone; John Allred: trombone; David Anderson: accordion; Jeff Berlin: electric bass; Kenny Drew Jr.: electric piano; Darcy Drexler-Anderson: violin; Oscar Feldman: soprano and alto saxophones; Danny Gottlieb: djembe; John Jenkins: timbales and percussion; Eddie Marshall: clarinet; Bob Mintzer: tenor saxophone and bass clarinet; Gumbi Ortiz: congas and floor tom; Craig Pichanick: drums; Jon Richardson: bass drum; Orlando Sanchez: bongos, timbales, congas and cajon; Mike Scaglione: flute and alto saxophone; Oscar Stagnaro: electric bass; Marvin Stamm: fluegelhorn; Paul Von Adam: trumpet; Rex Wertz: piccolo, soprano and tenor saxophones; Richie Zellon: guitar.


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