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Solstice (Fire) - Sam McClellan - Music Of The Five Elements Volume 2 (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Solstice combines the warmth of a glowing fire with the convenience of a functional tabletop in a compact form. At 40” (mm) square, Solstice can accommodate drinkware and provides a beautiful focal point for any outdoor space.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Solstice on Discogs. Label: Century Media - CM • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Death Metal/5(20).
  3. At 40” (mm) square and 13” (mm) high, Solstice is a fire table that works on its own as a focal point and gathering spot or as part of a larger design. Designed as a modular unit, Solstice can be paired with the Equinox fire table to create custom Brown Jordan Fires.
  4. At times, the music incorporates rhythms and elements from around the world, including a remarkable performance by South Indian violin virtuouso L. Subramaniam on the track Northern Lights Alap. A must-have album for all who love ambient electronic music, Solstice is a landmark release from the golden age of Wøllo's creative development.5/5(1).
  5. Summer is welcomed in the Wildschönau with a particularly beautiful festival at Markbachjoch, where it is celebrated with a giant fire, Tirolean specialities and great music. Markbachjochbahn cable cars transport visitors up to 1, m altitude from onwards.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Summer Solstice 2 - Various Artists on AllMusic - - This pleasant sampler is perfect for lovers of.
  7. Solstice is the label of Japanese composer and sound artist Koji Asano. For the French classical label, please use Disques Du Solstice.
  8. In search of a new season to conquer (after a long run of successful A Winter's Solstice recordings), Windham Hill took aim at summer in The first Summer Solstice disc isn't exactly top-down cruising music; it's more of a back-porch soundtrack suitable for watching fireflies or for mulling the fading light of a languid summer's day. A few pieces (violinist Tracy Silverman's /5(14).

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