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Il Ballo delle Castagne

Il Ballo delle Castagne
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Austria
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Il Ballo delle Castagne (The Chestnuts Ball) is a musical ensemble based in Vienna, Austria. Members are Vincenzo Auteri (AKA Vinz Aquarian, vocals and electronics, also of Calle della Morte), Diego Banchero (bass, also of Egida Aurea, Recondita Stirpe, Malombra, Segno del Comando, ZEUS, etc...), Marco Garegnani (keyboards and guitar, also of The Green Man), and Jo Jo (drums).
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http://ilballodellecastagne.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (4)
Il Ballo delle Castagne — Soundtrack for an Unreleased Herzog Movie Il Ballo delle Castagne — Soundtrack for an Unreleased Herzog Movie
(Hau Ruck! SPQR XXXV, 2015, CD)
Ballo delle Castagne — Surpassing All Other Kings Ballo delle Castagne — Surpassing All Other Kings
(Black Widow BRRCD012, 2012, CD & LP)
Ballo delle Castagne — Kalachakra Ballo delle Castagne — Kalachakra
(Hau Ruck! HR!SPQR XXI , 2011, CD)
Ballo delle Castagne — Ballo delle Castagne Ballo delle Castagne — Ballo delle Castagne
(Hau Ruck! SPQR - HR!SPQRXV , 2009, CD)

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