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Höstsonaten

Höstsonaten
Country
Italy
Profile
Symphonic project of Fabio Zuffanti of La Maschera di Cera along with numerous guests.
Website
http://www.zuffantiprojects.com/hostsonaten
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (10)
Höstsonaten — Symphony N. 1: Cupid & Psyche Höstsonaten — Symphony N. 1: Cupid & Psyche
(AMS 258, 2016, CD)
Höstsonaten — The Rime of the Ancient Mariner: Chapter One Höstsonaten — The Rime of the Ancient Mariner: Chapter One
(AMS AMS208CD, 2012, CD)
Höstsonaten — Summereve Höstsonaten — Summereve
(AMS AMS194CD, 2011, CD)
Höstsonaten — Autumnsymphony Höstsonaten — Autumnsymphony
(AMS AMS168CD, 2009, CD)
Höstsonaten — Winterthrough Höstsonaten — Winterthrough
(AMS AMS133CD, 2008, CD)
Höstsonaten — Springsong Höstsonaten — Springsong
(AMS AMS153CD, 2002/2009, CD)
Various Artists — To Canterbury and Beyond - A Tribute to the Canterbury Scene Various Artists — To Canterbury and Beyond - A Tribute to the Canterbury Scene
(Mellow MMP 361 A/B, 1999, 2CD)
Höstsonaten — Mirrorgames Höstsonaten — Mirrorgames
(Mirror MRL 1001, 1998/2010, CD)
Finisterre Project — Höstsonaten Finisterre Project — Höstsonaten
(Mellow MMP 320, 1997, CD)
Various Artists — Zarathustra's Revenge Various Artists — Zarathustra's Revenge
(Mellow MMP328 ABCD, 1997, 4CD)

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