Artist(s):Alessandro Tampieri & Giorgio Dellarole Composer:Castello - Corelli - Bach
Alessandro Tampieri & Giorgio Dellarole : an unusual combination of baroque violin and accordeon but the result is stunning and very convincing. Musical fireworks with Bach, Corelli and Dario Castello.
- Alessandro Tampieri & Giorgio Dellarole
- Castello - Corelli - Bach
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