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Songs for the Queen of Bohemia

Songs for the Queen of Bohemia by Eldad Tarmu buy album

Eldad Tarmu

Label: Queen of Bohemia Productions
Released: 2009
Views: 797

Track Listing

The Invasion Song; Seducing the Queen of Bohemia; Headed East; The Polish Gentleman; Dionysus; Drinking with the Queen of Bohemia; Dancing for the Queen of Bohemia; Battle for the Queen of Bohemia; Escape with the Queen of Bohemia; Song for the Queen of Bohemia.

Personnel

Eldad Tarmu
Eldad Tarmu

vibraphone

Additional Personnel / Information

Eldad Tarmu: vibraphone; Yoni Halevy: drums; Stephan "Pisti" Colompar: violin; Catalina Costin: violin: Cristian Hateg-Turcus: viola; Diana Butaru: cello; Johnny Bota: bass.

Album Description

Contemporary Classical


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