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PICKARD: Flight of Icarus (The) / The Spindle of Necessity / Channel Firing

    

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PICKARD: Flight of Icarus (The) / The Spindle of Necessity / Channel Firing


Pickard, John

  The Flight of Icarus
1.   The Flight of Icarus 00:20:14
  The Spindle of Necessity
2.   The Spindle of Necessity 00:20:04
  Channel Firing
3.   Channel Firing 00:24:57

Total Playing Time: 01:05:15






Composer(s):
Pickard, John

Conductor(s):
Brabbins, Martyn

Orchestra(s):
Norrkoping Symphony Orchestra

Artist(s):
Lindberg, Christian

Label: BIS

Genre: Orchestral

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: BIS-CD-1578

Barcode: 7318590015780

Physical Release: 01/2008

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