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Big Band Konzervatoře Plzeň, Jarní koncert / Spring Concerto Cole Porter: Begin The Beguine, Saxofony/Saxophones: Jakub Douda, Lenka Kužvartová, Barbora Zavadilová, David Kovář, Michal Dolejš, Trubky/Trumpets: Tomáš Polák, Jan Šperer, Jan Heřman, Martin Matas, Jan [More]
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