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David Russell plays Antonio Lauro

David Russell plays Antonio Lauro
Guitar Masters Records


Author David Russell
Format CD
Duration 48 minutes
Publisher Guitar Masters Records
Stock In Stock
Departments Classical Guitar
Our price: £3.99
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On this outstanding recording, David Russell plays the most famous guitar solo works of Antonio Lauro. This is the definitive recording of Antonio Lauro's delightful music and is a must for any serious classical guitar lover. Titles are: 'La Negra', 'Carora', 'Maria Luisa', 'Angostura', 'El Marabino', 'Suite Venezolana', 'Sonata', 'Vals Venezolano' (Nos. 1-4), 'Pavana', 'Seis por Derecho'.

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