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Paolo Lazzeri

Paolo Lazzeri
Country
Italy
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Paolo Lazzeri is an Italian keyboard player and composer, member of the group Three Monks.
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Releases on file (4)
Julius Paolo Lazzeri — Gothic Power Julius Paolo Lazzeri — Gothic Power
(Black Widow JPLGP 001-2, 2015, CD)
Three Monks — The Legend of the Holy Circle Three Monks — The Legend of the Holy Circle
(Black Widow BWRCD 159-2 / BWR 159, 2013, CD / LP)
Paolo Lazzeri — Furor Organisticus Paolo Lazzeri — Furor Organisticus
((Not on label) , 2012, CD)
Three Monks — Neogothic Progressive Toccatas Three Monks — Neogothic Progressive Toccatas
(Black Widow BWRCD 132-2, 2011, CD)

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