Gothic Voices Gramophone Award Winners Collection
Gothic Voices Gramophone Award Winners Collection by HYPERION at Your Free Album. MPN: CDS44251/3. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Réédition des CD ''A feather on the breath of God'', ''The Service of Venus and Mars'' & ''A Song for Francesca'' / Emma Kirkby, soprano - Andrew Lawrence-King, harpe - Gothic Voices, dir. Christopher Page
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Réédition des CD "A feather on the breath of God", "The Service of Venus and Mars" & "A Song for Francesca" / Emma Kirkby, soprano - Andrew Lawrence-King, harpe - Gothic Voices, dir. Christopher Page
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5.25 x 0.61 x 5.29 inches
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches
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