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CLASSICAL TENDENCIES

Sibelius

Progressive Metal


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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Vivaldi The Storm
2. Vivaldi Double Concerto
3. Vivaldi Concerto No. 6
4. Bach Double Concerto
5. Beethoven 5th
6. Invention No. 1
7. Venezuela Infinita
8. Listen To The World
9. Rising Force (Live)
10. Simón Díaz Tribute

Line-up / Musicians

- Phillipp Scheer / Guitars

- Jorge Rojas / Drums, Bass, Orchestration

Thanks to Andy Webb for the addition
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