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Alexander Vogel

Alexander Vogel
Country
United States
Profile
American multi-instrumental improviser.
Website
http://myspace.com/improv
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Releases on file (8)
Daniel Cuesta and Alexander Vogel — Concealment and Confinement Daniel Cuesta and Alexander Vogel — Concealment and Confinement
(Vogel 011 R, 2004, CD)
Brian Adair — The Final Explosion Brian Adair — The Final Explosion
(Vogel 010 R, 2004, CD)
Alexander and Thomas Vogel — The House: Father and Son Duos Alexander and Thomas Vogel — The House: Father and Son Duos
(Vogel 006 R, 2004, CD)
Alexander Vogel — Kazoo and Percussion Pieces Alexander Vogel — Kazoo and Percussion Pieces
(Vogel 004 R, 2004, CD)
Alexander Vogel — Microphone Pieces for Alto Saxophone Alexander Vogel — Microphone Pieces for Alto Saxophone
(Vogel 008 R, 2004, CD)
Jeff Schwartz — Solo Bass 2004 Jeff Schwartz — Solo Bass 2004
(Vogel 009 R, 2004, CD)
Alexander Vogel — Solo Kazoo Alexander Vogel — Solo Kazoo
(Vogel 001 R, 2004, CD)
Brian Adair and Alexander Vogel — The Sooner Is Getting Nearer Brian Adair and Alexander Vogel — The Sooner Is Getting Nearer
(Vogel 007 R, 2004, CD)

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