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Gurguburek is the experimental duo of Cristiano Bocci (live electronics, acoustic guitars, theremin) and Tobia Bondesan (tenor saxophone, wood flute). Their music combines elements of free improvisation with melodicism.
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(DOF, 2015, CD)

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