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Plurima Mundi

Plurima Mundi
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Italy
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Plurima Mundi is a progressive rock band founded in 2004 in Taranto, Puglia, Italy. The group was formed by Massimiliano Monopoli (violin). Personnel has varied, including, as of their second album, Grazia Maremonti (lead vocals), Massimo Bozza (bass), Silvio Silvestre (guitar), Gianmarco Franchini (drums, percussion), and Lorenzo Semeraro (piano).
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Releases on file (2)
Plurima Mundi — Pecorsi Plurima Mundi — Pecorsi
(BTF , 2017, CD)
Plurima Mundi — Atto I Plurima Mundi — Atto I
(Ma.Ra.Cash Records , 2009, CD)

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2020-11-20
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2020-09-09
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