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Horvat: The Current Agenda

by Frank Horvat

Social justice music, in a powerful, brutal and heartfelt electro-chamber package, by composer Frank Horvat. A heart-grabbing collection of six compositions on social injustices that affect our modern landscape and all people living on this planet.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. If Not Us, Then Who?
Frank Horvat
10:30 $1.99
2. Whistleblower
Frank Horvat
9:55 $1.99
3. 08/14/13 - Cairo
Frank Horvat
13:06 $1.99
4. Lac-Mégantic
Lisa Tahara
14:18 $1.99
5. Diskriminatsiya
Frank Horvat
11:05 $1.99
6. Sunflower
Daniel Morphy
6:40 $1.99
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Social justice music, in a powerful, brutal and heartfelt electro-chamber package, by composer Frank Horvat. Audiences are left in tears, full of hope, and enthralled by the experience. Brand new music for our times. A heart-grabbing and sometimes heart-pounding collection of six compositions on social injustices that affect our modern landscape and all people living on this planet.

The tracks combine chamber instrumentation, such as violin, cello, flute, clarinet, piano, and marimba, with deep-set emotions and prepared electronics that add to the story. These compositions offer a different perspective on important issues such as human rights, war, climate change and our personal safety.

Produced by Frank Horvat and Jean Martin.

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