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Winter Morning Walks

Winter Morning Walks by Maria Schneider

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Maria Schneider

Label: Artist Share
Released: 2013
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Winter Morning Walks: Perfectly Still This Morning Solstice; When I Switched On a Light; Walking by Flashlight; I Saw a Dust Devil this Morning; My Wife and I Walk the Cold Road;All Night, in Gusty Winds; Our Finch Feeder; Spring, the Sky Rippled with Geese; How Important It Must Be. Carlos Drummond de Andrade Stories: Prologue; The Dead in Frock Coats; Souvenir of the Ancient World.

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Winter Morning Walks: Maria Schneider: composer; Dawn Upshaw: vocals; Jay Anderson: bass; Frank Kimbrough: piano; Scott Robinson: alto clarinet, bass clarinet; The Australian Chamber Orchestra. Carlos Drummond de Andrade Stories: Maria Schneider: composer; Dawn Upshaw: vocals; The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.


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