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Corde Oblique / Ricardo Prencipe

Corde Oblique / Ricardo Prencipe
Country
Italy
Profile
Corde Oblique is a musical project presenting the music of composer / guitarist Ricardo Prencipe of Naples. Prencipe was in the band Lupercalia in the late 90s, and has been releasing music as Corde Obllique since 2005.
Website
http://www.cordeoblique.com
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Releases on file (7)
Corde Oblique — Back through the Liquid Mirror Corde Oblique — Back through the Liquid Mirror
(Dark Vinyl DV79, 2018, CD)
Corde Oblique — I Maestri del Colore Corde Oblique — I Maestri del Colore
(Infinite Fog IF-65, 2016, 2CD)
Corde Oblique — Per le Strade Ripetute Corde Oblique — Per le Strade Ripetute
(Stones of Naples TSON 001, 2013, CD)
Ricardo Prencipe's Corde Oblique — A Hail of Bitter Almonds Ricardo Prencipe's Corde Oblique — A Hail of Bitter Almonds
(Prikosnovénie PRIK149, 2011, CD)
Ricardo Prencipe's Corde Oblique — The Stones of Naples Ricardo Prencipe's Corde Oblique — The Stones of Naples
(Prikosnovénie PRIK129, 2009, CD)
Ricardo Prencipe's Corde Oblique — Volontà d'Arte Ricardo Prencipe's Corde Oblique — Volontà d'Arte
(Prikosnovénie PRIK108, 2007, CD)
Corde Oblique — Respiri Corde Oblique — Respiri
(Ark 005, 2005, CD)

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