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Revado

by Reverie

Revado: the first album in Esperanto and Italian - the first progressive album in Esperanto - ten songs for tasting the flavour of Esperanto language and ten songs in Italian, under the banner of a striking "etno-progressive" sound.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. La tradezerta komercisto
8:13 $1.43
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2. Kiam alvenos la fino
4:44 $1.43
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3. Arkana belulino
5:16 $1.43
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4. Plurmiljaraj knaboj
5:17 $1.43
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5. Danco de l' maro
6:05 $1.43
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6. Plurestantaj memoroj
5:37 $1.43
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7. Koto kaj lumo
5:51 $1.43
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8. Pluvas rosmareno
4:09 $1.43
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9. Silkovojo
9:42 $1.43
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10. Oceano
5:59 $1.43
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11. Il mercante del deserto
8:13 $1.43
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12. Quando verrà la fine
4:43 $1.43
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13. La belle dame sans merci
5:15 $1.43
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14. Ragazzi millenari
5:17 $1.43
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15. Danza del mare
6:07 $1.43
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16. Via dei ricordi
5:40 $1.43
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17. Fango e luce
5:52 $1.43
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18. Piove rosmarino
4:07 $1.43
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19. Via della seta
9:43 $1.43
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20. Oceano
6:00 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Reverie ensemble presents "Revado": the first album in Esperanto and Italian - the first progressive album in Esperanto.
Ten songs for tasting the flavour of Esperanto language and ten songs in Italian, under the banner of a striking "etno-progressive" sound.
From the journeys of Touareg traders to the borderless horizons of the Silk Road, from red sunsets on the woods of the Great North to the Oceans's depths,
images painted with music and told in Esperanto, to unite the whole world with an imaginary flight and a symbolic embrace.
An ode to human soul's need to range over and always seek for new horizons.
Some reviews:
"A classic for the future. Highly recommended!" (Psyche Van Het Folk - Netherlands)
"La sensibilité que diffuse cet opus est unique." (Harmonie Magazine - France)

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