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Classical Guitar Magazine November 2012

Classical Guitar Magazine November 2012
Ashley Mark Publishing Company


SKU CGV31/03
Author Various
Format Magazine
Duration 58 pages
Publisher Ashley Mark Publishing Company
Departments CGM:Volume 31 - 35
Our price: £1.00


Krzysztof Pelech - Interviewed by Guy Traviss
Colin Cooper, An Autobiography (Part 1)
Colin Cooper, Tributes
James Lister - Interviewed by Guy Traviss
Norsk Guitar Festival - by Paul Fowles
Kontinenti - The 13th Guitar Art Festival - by Guy Traviss
7th Velbert 'Andres Segovia' International Competition for Young Guitarists - by Paul Fowles
Momentito - by Graham Wade
Progressive Progressions (Part 25) - by Neil Smith
Rincon Flamenco No.66: CD Review - by Paul Magnussen
/>Also featuring the regular articles:
/>Editorial, Classical Guitar News, Events, Festivals and Competitions, Concert Diary, Gruppetto, Music Supplement, Book Review, Private CD Releases, Music Reviews, CD Reviews, Concert Reviews, DVD Reviews, Letters to the Editor and Classical Guitar Teachers and Societies.

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