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Old 07-29-2015, 08:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is definitely one of my favorites. It's by Isaac Albeniz and performed by John Williams. An Australian born classical guitarist. It's gorgeous piece. It's called Asturias (Leyenda). Enjoy.

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Again, a great piece, by a great guitarist. And accompanied by, more than likely, another great guitarist. This is The Harmonious Blacksmith.

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Heard this tune more in my life time than the sound of my own breath.
I don't immediately recall that piece. I have to check it out. Chaconne performed by Andrés Segovis is a master piece imho. I also like John Williams and Christopher Parkening as well.
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Any number of words by Paganini
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'Rondo' is great.
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Paganini has the most beautiful words.

Masada Guitars is a great album full of banging classical guitar pieces by John Zorn, performed by Marc Ribot, Tim Sparks, and Bill Frisell.

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