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Snowmelt

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Marius Neset

Label: ACT Music
Released: 2017
Views: 1,650

Track Listing

Prologue; Arches of Nature: Sirens; Arches of Nature: Acrobatics; Arches of Nature; Circles; Arches of Nature: Caves; Arches of Nature: Paradise; Arches of Nature; Rainbows; Arches of Nature: Pyramiden; The Storm is Over; Introduction to Snowmelt; Snowmelt.

Personnel

Marius Neset
Marius Neset

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Marius Neset: tenor and soprano saxophones; Ivo Neame: piano; Petter Eldh: bass; Anton Eger: drums. London Sinfonietta conducted by Geoffrey Patterson; Karen Jones: flute, piccolo; Gareth Hulse: oboe; Michael Whight: clarinet, bass clarinet; John Orford: bassoon; Michael Thompson: horn; Torbjørn Hultmark: trumpet; Byron Fulcher: trombone; Jonathon Morton: violin (principal 1st); Miranda Fulleylove: violin; Elizabeth Wexler: violin; Joan Atherton: violin (principal 2nd); Hilaryjane Parker: violin; Charlotte Reid: violin; Roger Chase: viola; Zoe Matthews: viola; Richard Waters: viola; Tim Gill: cello; Adrian Bradbury: cello; Markus van Horn: contrabass.


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