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Various Artists - Virtuoso Guitar Music from Spain and Latin America flac album

Performer: Various Artists
Title: Virtuoso Guitar Music from Spain and Latin America
Duration: 54:50
Relesed: December 12, 1995
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 839
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Concierto de Aranjuez, for guitar & orchestra
1 Adagio Joaquín Rodrigo 9:53
2 Danza Espanola, for orchestra (from "La Vida Breve") Manuel de Falla 3:36
Cantos de España, pieces (5) for piano, Op. 232, B. 44
3 Córdoba Isaac Albéniz 6:19
Suite española No. 1, for piano, Op. 47, B. 7
4 Sevilla Isaac Albéniz 4:26
5 El Marabino (The Half-caste) Antonio Lauro 1:18
6 Valses poéticos (7), for piano, H. 147, DLR 7:8 Enrique Granados 12:05
Tango Suite for 2 guitars
7 Deciso Astor Piazzolla 5:09
8 Andante Astor Piazzolla 4:47
9 Allegro Astor Piazzolla 7:17

Credits

Isaac Albéniz - Composer
Manuel de Falla - Composer
Walter Feybli - Guitar
Albrecht Gasteiner - Executive Producer
Enrique Granados - Composer
Matthias Hutzel - Literary Supervision
Peter Jenne - Engineer
Antonio Lauro - Composer
Astor Piazzolla - Composer
Joaquín Rodrigo - Composer
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