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Aranis

Aranis
Country
Belgium
Profile
Aranis is a Belgian band playing RIO-inflected chamber rock. Core members are Liesbeth Lambrecht (violin, viola), Marjolein Cools (accordion), Stijn Denys (guitar), Jana Arns (transverse flute, voice), Pierre Chevalier (piano), and Joris Vanvinckenroye (contrabass, composition).
Website
http://aranis.be
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Releases on file (9)
Aranis — Smells Like Aranis Aranis — Smells Like Aranis
(Homerecords 4446159, 2017, CD)
Aranis — Made in Belgium 2 Aranis — Made in Belgium 2
((Not on label) no#, 2014, CD)
Aranis — In Rood Aranis — In Rood
((Not on label) no#, 2013, CD)
Aranis — Made in Belgium Aranis — Made in Belgium
(Homerecords 4446092, 2012, CD)
Various Artists — Romantic Warriors II: About Rock in Opposition Various Artists — Romantic Warriors II: About Rock in Opposition
(Zeitgeist Media 2, 2012, DVD)
Aranis — Roqueforte Aranis — Roqueforte
(AltrOck Productions ALT-012, 2010, CD)
Aranis — Songs from Mirage Aranis — Songs from Mirage
(Homerecords, 2009, CD)
Aranis — Aranis II Aranis — Aranis II
((Not on label) no#, 2007, CD)
Aranis — Aranis Aranis — Aranis
(AltrOck Productions AC0005, 2005, CD)

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