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"Choro Dancado" by Torben Waldorff

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Afterburn
By Torben Waldorff

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Part of Torben Waldorff CD Afterburn (ArtistShare AS0078) recorded in New York December 2007, written by Maria Schneider for the grammy winning CD Concert In The Garden and arranged for small group by Torben Waldorff.

Donny McCaslin-sax, Matt Clohesy-bass, Jon WIkan-drums, Torben Waldorff-guitar and keyboardist Sam Yahel

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September 4, 2008

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