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Unusual Sounds: The Hidden History of Library Music

Unusual Sounds: The Hidden History of Library Music by Various Artists
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Various Artists

Label: Anthology
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Funky Fanfare (Keith Mansfield); Running Fast (Stefano Torossi); La Dimostrazione (D. Patucchi); Survivor (Klaus Weiss); Xenos Cosmos (Janko Nilovic); Ophis Le Serpentaire (V. Geminiani); Tropicola (Stringtronics); Feeling Tense (Stefano Torossi); Soft Wind (Gary Pacific Orchestra); Half Forgotten Daydreams (John Cameron); Night Breeze (F. Micalizzi); You’ve Got What It Takes (Les Hurdle, Kathleen Poppy & Madeline Bell); Fancy Good (Electric Machine); Quips and Cranks (C. Cordio & F. Vinciguerra); Dissolves (Les Hurdle & Frank Ricotti); Fairy Tale (Joel Vandroogenbroeck & Walt Rockman); Weeping Eelgrass (Mladen Frank); Mild Maniac (Peter Patzer); Group Meditation (Joel Vandroogenbroeck & Marc Monsen); Dream Number Two (Roland Hollinger).


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Keith Mansfield; Stefano Torossi; D. Patucchi; Klaus Weiss; Janko Nilovic; V. Geminiani; Stringtronics; Stefano Torossi ; Gary Pacific Orchestra; John Cameron; F. Micalizzi; Les Hurdle, Kathleen Poppy & Madeline Bell; Electric Machine; C. Cordio & F. Vinciguerra; Les Hurdle & Frank Ricotti; Joel Vandroogenbroeck & Walt Rockman; Mladen Franko; Peter Patzer; Joel Vandroogenbroeck & Marc Monsen; Roland Hollinger.


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