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It's amazing...finally after 27 years!! I found the composer of "Echoes of Secret Silence" on the internet. Here's the whole story:
When I was around 20 years old I hang around at home one day listening to some French radio stations. One station played this piece from Danial Kobialka...somehow I was immediately touched by this strange sound. At the end the radio host mentioned the composer's name but I was not sure if I got the name right. Anyway the next day I tried to find the album of D.K. in some music stores but was not successfully. I tried it over and over again for a couple of weeks, I even went to Paris to that radio station but failed again. Finally I gave up. Strange enough but today I got the idea to repeat the attempt to find out more about D.K. and what shall I say, this time I've been successful! After 27 years!!
Thank you Internet!Thank you WNYC!!
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