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Three Kids Music

Three Kids Music by Jose Gurria's Gurrisonic Orchestra
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Jose Gurria's Gurrisonic Orchestra

Label: Quindecim Recordings
Released: 2015
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Track Listing

Constant Deprivation of Monetary Funds (The Beast); Three Kids Music; In Your Face; Ishuakara; The Finger; Aquí; Oso; Caballo Viejo.


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José Gurría: drums, compositions, arrangements; Mike Stever: trumpet, piccolo trumpet, flugelhorn; Daniel Rosenboom: trumpet, flugelhorn; Allen Fogle: French horn; Peter Connell: tenor & bass trombones; Blake Cooper: tuba in C, tuba in F, cimbasso; Christine Tavolacci: alto flute, flute; Daniel Weidlein: flute, soprano & tenor saxophones; Justo Almario: flute, Bb clarinet, tenor saxophone; Gavin Templeton: flute, alto & baritone saxophones, bass clarinet; Brian Walsh: Bb & bass clarinets, baritone saxophone; Rory Mazzella: Bb, Eb & bass clarinets; Daniel Szabo: piano; Alexander Noice: electric guitar, fx; Tylana Renga: violin, viola; Eric KM Clark: violin, fx, loops; Lauren Baba: violin, viola; April Guthrie: violoncello, voice; Aniela Perry: violoncello; Dave Tranchina: double bass; Karina Kallas: voice Dorian Wood: voice; Areni Agbabian: voice; Marc Lowenstein; conductor; Esperanza Rodríguez de Cárdenas, Ángel Gurría Quintana, Jose Gurría-Cardenas: texts.


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