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Classical Guitar Magazine November/December 1983

Classical Guitar Magazine November/December 1983
Ashley Mark Publishing Company

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SKU CGV02/02
Author Various
Format Magazine
Duration 90 pages
Notation Standard Notation
Dimensions 210mm x 300mm
Publisher Ashley Mark Publishing Company
Stock In Stock
Departments CGM:Volume 01 - 05
 
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Juan Martín, Pepe Romero, Cannington 1983, The Flamenco Guitar, How to Get rid of a Technical Block: 2, Analysis of Musical Performance: 3, Chip Off the Old Block, Guitare Quebec 1983, Scale Fingering: 4, Music Supplement, Make Do and Mend.

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