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Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites (NLC)

Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites (NLC)
Country
France
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"Music for romantic people: piano,concrete sounds from the wood." This project, led by composer Julien Ash, also frequently appears on releases under the acronym N.L.C.
Website
http://www.myspace.com/nouvelleslecturescosmopolites
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Releases on file (9)
Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — Friesengeist Part Pi - Ascendances Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — Friesengeist Part Pi - Ascendances
(Gazul GA 8686.AR, 2006, CD)
Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — Friesengeist Part II - Regelmässige Zerstörungen Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — Friesengeist Part II - Regelmässige Zerstörungen
(Musea Gazul GA 8682.AR, 2005, CD)
Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — Friesengeist, Part 1 Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — Friesengeist, Part 1
(Gazul GA 8677.AR, 2004, CD)
NLC — Les Grands Saules NLC — Les Grands Saules
(Musea GA 8656.AR, 2002, CD)
Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — The Link Cutters Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — The Link Cutters
(Musea GA 8648 AR, 2001, CD)
NLC — The Cereal Killer NLC — The Cereal Killer
(Musea GA 8624 AR, 1999, CD)
NLC — Le Domaine NLC — Le Domaine
(Musea GA 8618 AR, 1998, CD)
NLC — Le Sanctuaire d'Is NLC — Le Sanctuaire d'Is
(Musea GA 8614 AR, 1997, CD)
Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — Unis Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites — Unis
(Musea GA 8631 AR, 1996/1999, CD)

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