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    1. Meztitilar

      Lalo Schifrin (born Boris Claudio Schifrin on June 21, ) is an Argentine pianist and composer, most famous for composing the "burning-fuse" theme tune from the Mission:Impossible television series. Lalo Schifrin was born in Buenos Aires of Jewish heritage.
    2. Shaktilkis

      Spectrum (Epic) † Piano Español (Tico) reissued as Lalolé: The Latin Sound of Lalo Schifrin (Roulette) † Piano, Strings and Bossa Nova (MGM) † Lalo = Brilliance (Roulette) † Bossa Nova: New Brazilian Jazz (Audio Fidelity) reissued, as Brazilian Jazz (Aleph) † Samba Para Dos with Bob Brookmeyer (Verve) † Between Broadway & Hollywood.
    3. Akigore

      Lalo Schifrin in concert with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Ltd at the Prague Proms Festival in Smetana Hall of Municipal House in Prague on Saturday, July 17th,
    4. JoJozragore

      A.D. Anno Domini soundtrack from , composed by Lalo Schifrin. Released by Prometheus (PCD ) containing music from A.D. ().
    5. Shakajora

      Oct 22,  · Lalo Schifrin - Brush Strokes Ray Brown - Blues in the Basement Vernon Duke / arr. Schifrin - I can`t get started Lalo Schifrin - Madrigal Lalo Schifrin - .
    6. Nikok

      Original soundtrack for the television show A.D. Anno Domini composed by Lalo Schifrin, released by Prometheus in Brand: Prometheus.
    7. Fetaxe

      A1 – A.D. Main ThemeA2 – GolgothaA3 – Valerius And SarahA4 – King Herod’s MarchA5 – The Eternal LandA6 – The FishermanA7 – Peter And Thomas TrekA8 – Roman CelebrationsA9 – The Road To DamascusB1 – New LoveB2 – Gladiator SchoolB3 – The Majesty Of RomeB4 – Corina And CalebB5 – Roman LegionB6.
    8. Dusida

      Get this from a library! A.D.: anno Domini. [Vincenzo Labella; Anthony Burgess; Stuart Cooper; Anthony Andrews; Procter & Gamble Productions.; International Film Productions.; Gateway Films.; Vision Video (Firm);] -- An epic-length dramatization of the Book of Acts and the apostolic era which depicts the rising confrontation between the Roman Empire, Jewish zealots and early Christians.

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