Sunday, May 10, 2009

Gurdjieff / Tsabropoulos - Chants, Hymns and dances


Here you have another Gurdjieff piece with both piano and cello. Very interesting album that I recommend to you all.



4 comments:

griebs said...

thank you very much. this is instantly likable, something rare for me. have listened three times through. excellent addition.

BigFella said...

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Greets.
Bigfella.
PD: If you are kind enough to respond, please feel free to contact me on my blog "Palabras Simples"

Anonymous said...

Please share your views on the music on this blog

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