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Myra Melford

Released: 2012
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Track Listing

The Cloth 1. The Cloth - 5:44; 2. Via Talciona - 22:32; 3. Dust to Dust (part 1) - 9:59; 4. Omega - 9:49; 5. Long Goodbye - 7:02. Verona Skyscraper 1. Skyscraper Mutiny - 11:41; 2. Crossdresser - 13:23; 3. Testament - 23:44.


Additional Personnel / Information

The Cloth Riccardo Fassi e Myra Melford (piano), Zeena Parkins (arpa), Mario Arcari (oboe), Stefano Montaldo (viola), J.A. Deane (trombone ed elettronica), Brandon Ross (chitarra), Bryan Carrot (vibrafono), Martin Schutz e Martine Altenburger (violoncello), Le Quan Ninh (percussioni). Verona Skyscraper J.A. Deane (trombone ed elettronica), Stefano Benini (flauto), Marco Pasetto (clarinetto), Rizzardo Piazzi (sax contralto), Francesco Bearzatti (clarinetto basso), Zeena Parkins (arpa), Myra Melford e Riccardo Massari (piano), Bill Horvitz (chitarra elettrica), Carlo "Bobo" Facchinetti (batteria), Le Quan Ninh (percussioni).



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