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Matzumi - In Mutatio Tempora (CD, Album)

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  1. Alben "Sometimes" und "in mutatio tempora" von Matzumi sind wieder als Download und später als CD erhältlich. CD-Album "ad infinitum" limitiert mit Bonustracks.
  2. In mutatio tempora Consolation and oblivion Never alone The migration - OUTRO This CD played by Matzumi comes with two tracks, where Nattefrost and F.D. Project join the music. The result is emotinal Berlin School based sequencer music with nice melodies and sometimes the voice of Matzumi, that goes right into the heart.
  3. Du erhälst die Alben "in mutatio tempora" und das kommende Album "Symphony of silence and humility" als CD (handsigniert) sowie ein Tasse mit dem Konterfei von Matzumi in der Farbe Deiner Wahl. Deine Anschfrift ist dafür erforderlich.
  4. Mar 17,  · In Mutatio Tempora, for the course of time, is an impressive work which goes out from nowhere. It‘s a very beautiful album where the soft poetry of Kathrin Manz sits astride on beautiful sequenced phases, cosmic and filmic ambiances on big symphonic progressive rock structures.
  5. This sponsored CD production comprised a number of CDs, of which Matzumi was to have her upcoming album "In Mutatio Tempora" produced in She was nominated in all 3 possible categories: Best Newcomer , Best Artist National, Best Album National.
  6. The album was produced by Udo Langner Ah the music of Matzumi! What a delight! What a hearing pleasure! With her very poetic feather and her approach filled of a mixture of sensualism and mysticism, Kathrin Manz manages to amaze the ears and to touch the senses since her very beautiful and first album; In Mutatio Tempora in
  7. Oct 24,  · (Traditional Electronic, New Age, World, Symphonic) Matzumi - Collection (3 releases) - (CandyRush-M usic), FLAC (tracks+.cue), lossless.
  8. Jun 07,  · GROOVE: GR (CD ) I like comparing the musical approach of Nattefrost to that of Jean Michel Jarre. Like the French synthesist used to do at the beginning of his career, Bjorn Jeppesen produces a title that hooks from the first listening on each of his albums. A title that would be a radio hit if the FM stations were still interested in.

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