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Sophia Domancich

Sophia Domancich
Country
France
Profile
Sophia Domancich is a French jazz pianist and composer, born 25 January 1957 in Paris, France. She has worked with a number of musicians from the Canterbury scene as well as with her own ensembles.
Website
http://sdsg.club.fr/sdSommaire.htm
Related articles (7)
Releases on file (12)
Elton Dean & Sophia Domancich — Avant Elton Dean & Sophia Domancich — Avant
(Hux Records 063, 2005, CD)
Hugh Hopper — Volume 7 - Soft Boundaries Hugh Hopper — Volume 7 - Soft Boundaries
(Gonzo Multimedia HST249CD, 2005/2015, CD)
Stella Vander — Le Coeur Allant Vers Stella Vander — Le Coeur Allant Vers
(Ex-Tension EX03, 2004, CD)
Soft Bounds — Live at Le Triton 2004 Soft Bounds — Live at Le Triton 2004
(Le Triton TRI-05511, 2004/2005, CD)
John Greaves / Sophia Domancich / Vincent Courtois — The Trouble with Happiness John Greaves / Sophia Domancich / Vincent Courtois — The Trouble with Happiness
(Chant du Monde 274 1199, 2003, CD)
Elton Dean Quintet — Silent Knowledge Elton Dean Quintet — Silent Knowledge
(Cuneiform Rune 83, 1996, CD)
Sophia Domancich Trio — L'Année des Treize Lunes Sophia Domancich Trio — L'Année des Treize Lunes
(Seventh Records A XV, 1995, CD)
John Greaves — Songs John Greaves — Songs
(Resurgence RES112CD, 1993, CD)
Lydia Domancich — Au Delà des Limites Lydia Domancich — Au Delà des Limites
(Too Much 3 TMR 302, 1991, CD)
Anaïd — Four Years Anaïd — Four Years
(AYAA Disques JMEC1991, 1991, CD)
Pip Pyle's Equip' Out — Up! Pip Pyle's Equip' Out — Up!
(Voiceprint VP348CD, 1991/2005, CD)
Pip Pyle's Equipe Out — Pip Pyle's Equipe Out Pip Pyle's Equipe Out — Pip Pyle's Equipe Out
(Voiceprint VP213CD, 1987/1999, CD)

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