Voices

Voices by Max Richter
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Max Richter

Label: Decca Music Group
Released: 2020
Views: 335

Track Listing

All Human Beings; Origins; Journey Piece; Chorale; Hypocognition; Prelude 6; Murmuration; Cartography; Little Requiems; Mercy


Personnel

Max Richter
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Additional Personnel / Information

Keyboards, Piano: Max Richter; Spoken Word: KiKi Layne; Violin: Mari Samuelsen;Double Bass: Andy Marshall; Violin: Ani Batikian; Cello: Ashok Klouda; Cello: Ayako Halder; Double Bass: Beth Symmons; Double Bass: Beverley Jones; Viola: Bruce White; Harp: Camilla Pay; Cello: Chris Allan; Cello: Chris Worsey; Violin: Claire Kohda Hazelton; Viola: Clifton Harrison; Violin: Daniel Bhattacharya; Cello: Dave Daniels; Cello: Davina Shum; Viola: Elisa Bergersen; Violin: Elspeth MacLeod; Viola: Emma Sheppard; Violin: Eva Thorasrinsdottir; Violin: Everton Nelson; Cello: George Hoult; Violin: Gillon Cameron; Violin: Hazel Correa; Cello: Heeyeon Cho; Cello: Helen Rathbone; Cello: Ian Burdge; Violin: Ian Humphries; Cello: Ivan Hussey; Double Bass: Jack Cherry; Cello: James Douglas; Violin: Jamie Hutchinson; Cello: Jess Cox; Violin: Juan Gonzalez; Cello: Katherine Jenkinson; Violin: Kotono Sato; Double Bass: Laurence Ungless; Double Bass: Leon Bosch.


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