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Trans-Cultural Musicism

Trans-Cultural Musicism by Karlton E Hester
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Karlton E Hester

Label: Hesteria Records & Publishing Co.
Released: 2015
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Track Listing

Magic Spells and Incantations; Spirit Particles; Quantum Microtubule; Osiris & His 40 Judges; Dream Sequence; Quantum Portal; Planet #1: Creativity; Funky Quantum Ions; Journey Into the Underworld; Quantum Hesteria; The First Wormhole.


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Johnathan Becker: didjeridoo, voice; Lisa Campolong: voice; India Cooke: violin, waterphone; Nanaiya F. Hester: synthesizer; Karlton Hester: flute, electronic flute, synthesizers, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone; Motoko Honda: piano; Gamin: saenghwang; Bill Johnson: trumpet; Jin Hi Kim: electric komungo; Thomas Sage: didjeridoo; David Smith: electric bass, acoustic bass; Joshua Smith: voice; Jeffery Stephens: prepared guitar, voice; I-wen Wang: piano.


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