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Patrick Broguière

Patrick Broguière
Country
France
Profile
Patrick Broguière is a French composer and musician.
Website
http://www.broguiere.com
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Releases on file (4)
Patrick Broguière — Mont Saint-Michel Patrick Broguière — Mont Saint-Michel
(Mellow MMP 350, 1998, CD)
Patrick Broguière — Icones Patrick Broguière — Icones
(Musea FGBG 4163.AR, 1996, CD)
Various Artists — Le Meilleur du Progressif Instrumental Various Artists — Le Meilleur du Progressif Instrumental
(Musea FGBG 4170.AR, 1996, CD)
Patrick Broguière — Brocéliande Patrick Broguière — Brocéliande
(Musea MP 3018, 1995, CD)

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2020-03-24
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2020-03-17
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2020-03-06
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2020-02-18
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2020-01-21
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