Artūrs Maskats

Born 20 December 1957
Artūrs Maskats
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1957-12-20
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Artūrs Maskats

Artūrs Maskats Biography (Wikipedia)

Arturs Maskats (born 20 December 1957) is a Latvian composer.

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Ce sont choses crepusculaires (Three Poems by Paul Verlaine)
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Ce sont choses crepusculaires (Three Poems by Paul Verlaine)
The Choir of Royal Holloway University, London, Artūrs Maskats & Rupert Gough
Lugums naktij / Prayer To The Night
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Lugums naktij / Prayer To The Night

Lugums naktij / Prayer To The Night

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The Choir of Royal Holloway University, London
Rupert Gough
Rupert Gough
Lacrimosa
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Lacrimosa

Lacrimosa

Performer
Rupert Gough
Royal Holloway Choir, University of London
Artūrs Maskats
L?gums naktij (Prayer to the night)
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L?gums naktij (Prayer to the night)
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