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CLARK, David Antony: Terra Inhabitata

    

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CLARK, David Antony: Terra Inhabitata


Clark, David Antony

  Gondwana's Ark
1.   Godwana's Ark 00:06:13
  Primordial Tide
2.   Primordial Tide 00:07:18
  Flight Of The Giant Eagle
3.   Flight Of The Giant Eagle 00:07:19
  Moa Swamp
4.   Moa Swamp 00:07:30
  Boiling Earth
5.   Boiling Earth 00:06:09
  Glacial Retreat
6.   Glacial Retreat 00:07:05
  Avalanche Of Snow
7.   Avalanche Of Snow 00:06:05
  Regeneration
8.   Regeneration 00:09:29

Total Playing Time: 00:57:08






Composer(s):
Clark, David Antony

Artist(s):
Clark, David Antony

Label: White Cloud

Genre: Contemporary Instrumental

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: 11007-2

Barcode: 0747313000722

Physical Release: 02/1994

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