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Iva Bittová

Iva Bittová
Country
Czech Republic
Profile
Iva Bittová is a Czech vocalist, violinist, actress, composer, performer born July 22, 1958 in Bruntál (former Czechoslovakia).
Website
http://bittova.com
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Releases on file (11)
Iva Bittová / Gyan Riley / Evan Ziporyn — Eviyan Iva Bittová / Gyan Riley / Evan Ziporyn — Eviyan
(Animal Music ANI 048-2, 2015, CD)
Iva Bittová / Gyan Riley / Evan Ziporyn — Eviyan Live Iva Bittová / Gyan Riley / Evan Ziporyn — Eviyan Live
(Victo cd 126, 2013, CD)
Iva Bittová — Iva Bittová Iva Bittová — Iva Bittová
(ECM 2275, 2013, CD)
Iva Bittová / Bang on a Can — Elida Iva Bittová / Bang on a Can — Elida
(Cantaloupe Music CA21027, 2005, CD)
Iva Bittová  — Cikori Iva Bittová — Cikori
(Indies MAM150-2, 2001, CD)
Iva Bittová — Classic Iva Bittová — Classic
(Supraphon SU 3371-2 931, 1998, CD)
Bittová & Václavek  — Bílé Inferno Bittová & Václavek — Bílé Inferno
(Indies MAM055-2, 1997, 2CD)
Iva Bittová — Ne Nehledej Iva Bittová — Ne Nehledej
(Ariola 74321 24858 2, 1994, CD)
Iva Bittová — Iva Bittová (AKA River of Milk) Iva Bittová — Iva Bittová (AKA River of Milk)
(EVa WWCX2034, 1990/1991, CD)
Fred Frith — Step across the Border Fred Frith — Step across the Border
(ReR Megacorp ReR/FRO 03, 1990/2002, CD)
Peter Frohmader — Homunculus 1-4 / Ritual Peter Frohmader — Homunculus 1-4 / Ritual
(Multimood MRC 020, 1986/1995, 2CD)

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