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Glassharmonica / "Grave" (Röllig) by Thomas Bloch




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Published on Jan 6, 2008

Thomas Bloch: - The French multi-instrumentalist virtuoso Thomas Bloch (ondes Martenot, glassharmonica, cristal Baschet, waterphone...) plays an organ-like piece ("Grave" by J.J.S. von Holt Sombach) on his Armonica live in Angers Cathedral (France) during a concert. June 27, 2006

Other names : armonica de verre (France), Armonica de vidro, orgue de verre (France, Belgium), crystal harmonica, crystal armonica, glass organ, crystal organ, Armónica de cristal (Spain), Armonica a bicchieri (Italian), glasharmonika (Germany, Denmark, Sweden), glassharmonika (Norway), Harmonika szklana (Poland), 0¢0Î0‚0À0´ (Japan), close instruments : glass harp, glassharfe, glass harfe, harpe de verre, verrophon, verrophone, seraphim, verres musicaux, musical glasses

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  • Song

    • What Belongs To Love
  • Artist

    • Gabriel Saloman
  • Album

    • Movement Building Vol.3
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    • [Merlin] Morr Music (on behalf of Shelter Press), and 2 Music Rights Societies


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