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8 Solo Pieces

8 Solo Pieces
Guitar Solo Publications (GSP)

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SKU AM1507
Author Alfredo Vianna Pixinguinha
Format Book
Duration 36 pages
Notation Standard Notation
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Guitar Solo Publications (GSP)
Departments Classical Guitar
 
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Eight pieces by Alfredo da Rocha Vianna Junior arranged by Carlos Barbosa-Lima. Titles are; 'Cochichando', 'Lamentos', 'Naquele Tempo', 'Passatempo', 'Rir Pra No Chorar', 'Rosa', 'Uma Zero' and 'Vou Vivendo'.

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