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Rio Harp Festival 2011-Athy at Arquivo Nacional auditorium
Rio de Janeiro

This is Athy playing at Arquivo Nacional during the Rio Harp Festival 2011. Rio Harp Festival is taken at many historical places at Rio de Janeiro. Its conducted by a project called "Music at The Museum". The shows are always free.

Copyright: Carlos eduardo carvalho (cartola)
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Uploaded: 17/05/2011
Updated: 21/05/2011
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Tags: monument; historical; government; harp; show; music; indoor; musicien; athy; músico; musica; historico; harpa; museu; musee; espetáculo
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