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Mikhail Chekhalin

Mikhail Chekhalin
Михаил Чекалин (Mikhail Chekalin) is a Russian experimental musician. He mostly works in the electronic field, although his instrumentation is wide, including works for organ, voice and musique-concrete.
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Mikhail Chekhalin — Paradigm Transition Mikhail Chekhalin — Paradigm Transition
(Mir Records MCD1001, 2007, CD)
Mikhail Chekhalin — Poruganie Patsiphika Mikhail Chekhalin — Poruganie Patsiphika
(Mir Records MCD1000, 2007, CD)
Mikhail Chekhalin — Untimely Mikhail Chekhalin — Untimely
(Mir Records MCD1002, 2007, CD)
Mikhail Chekalin — Concerto Grosso #1 Mikhail Chekalin — Concerto Grosso #1
(Boheme CDBMR 009169, 1991/2001, CD)
Mikhail Chekalin — Concerto Grosso #2 Mikhail Chekalin — Concerto Grosso #2
(Boheme CDBMR012189, 1991/2001, CD)

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