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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A Day in the Badlands (6:58)
2. Chanson (2:24)
3. Knomish (2:28)
4. Lingering (2:39)
5. Sonnet for Dowland (5:13)
6. Invocation (3:30)
7. Radiance (3:02)
8. Ployphonic Dance (3:37)
9. Efflorescence (2:31)
10. Canticle (1:28)
11. Heard Instinct (5:40)

Total Time 38:30


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Line-up / Musicians

- Bruce Arnold / Acoustic Nylon String Guitar
- Gilbert Isbin / Acoustic Nylon String Guitar and Lute

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