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The Eighth Hour Of Amduat

The Eighth Hour Of Amduat by Dave Soldier buy album

Dave Soldier

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

Mistress Prayer; Satisfying Her Lord & Mysterious Caverns; Tower’s Prayer; Netherworld Cavern; Tomb Of The Gods Cavern; Baracolle; Knives At War; Mourning And She Who Annihilates The Ignorant Caverns; Ra Calls The Rams; Envelopes Her Images & Uniting Darkness Caverns; Removing Her Ba-Souls Cavern; Ra Dances With Rams; Great Of Torches Cavern; Dawn March.

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Dave Soldier: composer, water bowls, electronics; Sahoko Sato Timpone: mezzosoprano vocals; Marshall Allen: alto saxophone, electronic valve instrument (EVI); Rebecca Cherry, Akhmed Manedov, Juana Pinilla Paez: violin; Olivia Gusmano: viola; Carolina Diazgronados: cello; Dani Bash: harp; Dan Blacksberg: trombone; Nick Millevoi: guitar; Michael Winograd: clarinet; Enrique Rivera-Matos: tuba; Anthony di Bartolo, Thomas Kolakowski: percussion; Chace Simmonds-Frith, Natasha Thweatt, Sophie Laruelle, Xioming Tian, Eugene Sirotkine, Alicia Waller, Melinda Learnard: choir; Rita Lucarelli: translator.


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