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Nicola Alesini

Nicola Alesini
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Italy
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Nicola Alesini is an Italian saxophonist who has worked with many other artists.
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Nicola Alesini / Pier Luigi Andreoni  — Marco Polo (Volume II) Nicola Alesini / Pier Luigi Andreoni — Marco Polo (Volume II)
(Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90073, 1998, CD)
Roedelius — Pink, Blue and Amber Roedelius — Pink, Blue and Amber
(Prudence BSC 4514, 1996/1999, CD)
Nicola Alesini / Pier Luigi Andreoni — Marco Polo Nicola Alesini / Pier Luigi Andreoni — Marco Polo
(Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90069, 1995, CD)
Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Friends — Theaterworks Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Friends — Theaterworks
(Multimood MRC 016, 1994, CD)
Roedelius — Tace! Roedelius — Tace!
(Prudence BSC 4101, 1993/1999, CD)
Roedelius / Capanni / Alesini — Friendly Game Roedelius / Capanni / Alesini — Friendly Game
(Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90040, 1992, CD)

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