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Torsten Rasch

A Foreign Field

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Torsten Rasch

Torsten Rasch was born in Dresden in 1965. He rose to prominence with Mein Herz Brennt, an orchestral song-cycle inspired by the band Rammstein and commissioned by the Dresdner Sinfoniker, which received acclaim worldwide and a Deutsche Grammophon recording. This..

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