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Roland Zoss (born August 2, 1951)[1] is a songwriter and novelist. He studied anthropology and literature in Bern. He lives in the Aeolian islands.

His career started in 1976 in L.A. later he won Europe with translations of Leonard Cohen songs. He ended up as children musician, and novelist winning several awards. 

In 2014 the app "ABC Dino Xenegugeli" became a worldwide success. The educational app for children shows handcrafted art pictures, animated and combined with animal songs to each letter of the alphabet in five languages, plus e-books.

The ABC Dino was nominated at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 as best children app, age 4-6. The German Youth Institute Munich does "highly recommend" the App.Youth Institute Munich/Germany

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The first compositions/songs about 28 trees. United in two albums! Written and sung in a medieval ancient language of trees. www.baumlieder.ch

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