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Il Tempio delle Clessidre DVD to feature Exposé contribution

Il Tempio delle Clessidre's concert DVD of their Seoul, South Korea performance in Oct 2011 is finally ready for release. Word reaches us that the DVD will feature contributions by our own Henry Schneider, taken from what he has written about the band and the show.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-07-03

Il Tempio delle Clessidre performed Museo Rosenbach's Zarathustra in its entirety as well as songs from their debut release live in Seoul, South Korea in October 2011. It has taken nearly three years to produce and release the DVD of this momentous occasion, but it is finally ready to be released. The exact release date isn't available, but we're told it will be quite soon.


Filed under: New releases

Related artist(s): Il Tempio delle Clessidre, Museo Rosenbach, Elisa Montaldo

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