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Hatsu

Alizioti, Virginia

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Chiotaki, Aliki

Hatsu

Choreography : Virginia Alizioti I

Interpretation : Virginia Alizioti I

Text : Virginia Alizioti

Additionnal music : Extraits du concerto pour piano n°23 K488 Adagio de Mozart

Video conception : Réalisation Aliki Chiotaki - Image, son Aliki Chiotaki

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