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GFA Winner 2007

GFA Winner 2007
Mel Bay

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SKU DVD518
Author Marcin Dylla
Format DVD
Duration 58 minutes
Publisher Mel Bay
Departments Classical Guitar
 
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Polish Guitar sensation Marcin Dylla, winner of the 2007 Guitar Foundation of America International Competition, performs three virtuoso guitar solo compositions. Included on the DVD is Rossiniani, No. 1 by Mauro Giuliani, Variations on a Theme by Sciabin by Aleksandeer Tansman and Tres piezas espanolas by Juaquin Rodrigo. Winner of 19 International competitions, Marcin Dylla, in an interview segment on this DVD discusses his training, his outlook on music and his philosophy on entering and winning musical competitions.

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