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Breaking the Silence

Various Artists

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Cello Concerto "Breaking the Silence"  
1.1
I. Meditation - Frog Jumps In
George Palmer; Catherine Hewgill; Verbrugghen Ensemble; John Lynch
7:46
1.2
II. Old Pond
George Palmer; Catherine Hewgill; Verbrugghen Ensemble; John Lynch
7:42
1.3
III. Water's Sound
George Palmer; Catherine Hewgill; Verbrugghen Ensemble; John Lynch
7:04
1.4
Ithaca
George Palmer; Francesco Celata; Andrew Haveron; Sandro Costantino; Timothy Nankervis
10:11
String Quintet "Not Going Quietly"  
1.5
I. — (Live)
George Palmer; Katie Chilmaid; Emma Long; Jacqueline Cronin; Rowena Crouch; David Campbell
5:35
1.6
II. — (Live)
George Palmer; Katie Chilmaid; Emma Long; Jacqueline Cronin; Rowena Crouch; David Campbell
4:25
1.7
III. — (Live)
George Palmer; Katie Chilmaid; Emma Long; Jacqueline Cronin; Rowena Crouch; David Campbell
5:09
Time Out  
1.8
I. Sunset (Lake Albert)
George Palmer; Shefali Pryor; Jeanell Carrigan
4:40
1.9
II. First Light, Briefly (Centennial Park)
George Palmer; Shefali Pryor; Jeanell Carrigan
2:24
1.10
III. 2 AM (Sydney Harbour)
George Palmer; Shefali Pryor; Jeanell Carrigan
4:12
Total Playing Time    59:08
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

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