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  1. ‎Ricardo Donoso is a Brazilian composer, percussionist, and electronic musician whose work ranges from dark, intense sound constructions to spacy ambient techno. Originally hailing from Rio de Janeiro, Donoso grew up immersed in the rave scene, and got his musical training as a jazz drummer. After mo. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  2. Jun 02,  · This item: Alone - Solo Improvisations by Bill Evans Audio CD $ Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by metalcore.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfo FREE Shipping on orders over $ Details. The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings, [3 /5(29).
  3. Ricardo Donoso - Solo percussion improvisations (Self released) Calliope Quartet - Musiké Téchne (Self released) March Graham Lambkin - Salmon Run (Kye) Bryan Eubanks - Desired Climate Works (Gmby 3CDR) The Magic I.D - Till my breath gives out (ErstPop) Cor Fuhler - Whistlelight (Conundrom).
  4. Ricardo Donoso is a Brazilian composer, percussionist, and electronic musician whose work ranges from dark, intense sound constructions to spacy ambient techno. Originally hailing from Rio de Janeiro, Donoso grew up immersed in the rave scene, and got his musical training as a jazz drummer.
  5. The Kevin Frenette 4: Connections (fsm ) Kevin Frenette - Guitar Andy McWain - Piano Todd Keating - Bass Tatsuya Nakatani - Percussion 1) Connections.
  6. Recorded especially for Preserved Sound in Hebden Bridge, "Arrow" is sound of Richard Youngs alone at the piano, embellished with light drums and an old organ. This collection of solo improvisations is all about capturing the moment – that piano and that afternoon in Hebden metalcore.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfod Youngs: organ, percussion, piano, synth, tape, metalcore.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfo: Preserved Sound.
  7. Up Half-Known Roads: Solo Percussion Records Installment 5; Clanging Edition. As usual, Disaster Amnesiac has let far too much time go past without an edition of the Up Half-Known Roads series. It's not as though I've been lazy, far from it. I was just marveling at the fact that the month of May has already for the most part slipped by.

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