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Wolnosc w Sierpniu (Freedom in August)

Wolnosc w Sierpniu (Freedom in August) by Tomasz Stanko buy album

Tomasz Stanko

Label: FiRe
Released: 2005
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Wolnosc w Sierpniu (Freedom in August); Pie?? Nadziei (Hope Song); Ballada Powsta?cza (Rising Ballad); Pie?? Ruin (Crash Song); Dee; Pie?? Kana?

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Tomasz Stańko: trumpet, composer; Marcin Wasilewski: piano; Janusz Skowron: synthesizer; Slawomir Kurkiewicz: double-bass; Michal Miskiewicz: drums; Antymos Apostolis: percussion; Tomasz Szukalski: tenor saxophone; Wojiech Karolak: orchestral arrangements; String Section of Polish Radio Orchestra.


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