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Bella Gaia | Bella Gaia - Beautiful Earth

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Bella Gaia - Beautiful Earth

by Bella Gaia

“BELLA GAIA creates an iridescent landscape of gossamer melodies and labyrinthine rhythms, with a sense of celestial wonder which finds itself operating within some grand heavenly mechanism—a rhythmic conflagration of stars, planets, moons" - Nooga.com
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. The Living Universe
3:35 album only
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2. Orbital
7:10 album only
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3. Jaan
8:10 album only
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4. Ocean's Blood
7:39 album only
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5. Takeda Lullaby - Inner Space
5:55 album only
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6. One World
3:59 album only
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7. New York City
6:06 album only
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8. Biosphere Pulse
5:12 album only
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9. Egypt - Nile Crossing
5:04 album only
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10. Dance to the Evolution
2:45 album only
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11. Ra Returns
3:41 album only
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12. The Anthropocene
8:03 album only
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13. Bella Gaia
6:27 album only

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Album Notes
“BELLA GAIA creates an iridescent landscape of gossamer melodies and labyrinthine rhythms, with a sense of celestial wonder which finds itself operating within some grand heavenly mechanism—a rhythmic conflagration of stars, planets, moons and their interconnected gravities. BELLA GAIA melds a classical approach to composition with a more modern sense of rhythmic elasticity, creating music that is sourced from some point just outside the pull of Earth's gravity - intended to move and affect, not content to simply be observed and passed over.” - Joshua Pickard - Nooga.com

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