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Tonart Berlin

Name
Tonart
URL
http://www.propeller-island.de/der_kuenstler/index_en.html
Email
Phone
Address
Paulsborner Strasse 10, W-1000 Berlin 31, Germany
Profile
Label formed to release Lars Stroschen's music. No longer in business.
Releases on file (3)
Conrad Schnitzler / Jörg Thomasius / Lars Stroschen — Tonart Eins Conrad Schnitzler / Jörg Thomasius / Lars Stroschen — Tonart Eins
(Tonart Berlin no#, 1992, CD)
Jörg Thomasius / Lars Stroschen — Tonart Drei Jörg Thomasius / Lars Stroschen — Tonart Drei
(Tonart Berlin no#, 1993, CD)
Conrad Schnitzler / Jörg Thomasius / Lars Stroschen — Tonart Zwei Conrad Schnitzler / Jörg Thomasius / Lars Stroschen — Tonart Zwei
(Tonart Berlin no#, 1993, CD)

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