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Josè Antonio Chic|José Antonio Chic: Guitar Works, Vol. I

José Antonio Chic: Guitar Works, Vol. I

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José Antonio Chic: Guitar Works, Vol. I

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1
El lenguaje del viento
Josè Antonio Chic
00:07:09

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor, MainArtist - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

2
El lenguaje de las estrellas: I. Nebulosa
Cuarteto Terpsícore
00:02:37

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble, MainArtist - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

3
El lenguaje de las estrellas: II. Venus
Cuarteto Terpsícore
00:02:56

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble, MainArtist - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

4
El lenguaje de las estrellas: III. Pegaso
Cuarteto Terpsícore
00:03:21

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble, MainArtist - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

5
El lenguaje del río: I. En la soledad de las montañas
Claire Sananikone
00:03:38

Claire Sananikone, MainArtist - Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble - Cuarteto Concertanti, MainArtist

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

6
El lenguaje del río: II. La luna sobre el agua
Claire Sananikone
00:02:04

Claire Sananikone, MainArtist - Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble - Cuarteto Concertanti, MainArtist

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

7
El lenguaje del río: III. La voz del río
Claire Sananikone
00:04:52

Claire Sananikone, MainArtist - Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble - Cuarteto Concertanti, MainArtist

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

8
El bosque encantado: I. Silván de Tella, el espíritu de los bosques
Josè Antonio Chic
00:04:22

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor, MainArtist - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

9
El bosque encantado: II. El lamento de la bella Melilah
Josè Antonio Chic
00:05:47

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor, MainArtist - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

10
El bosque encantado: III. Encantarias
Josè Antonio Chic
00:05:04

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor, MainArtist - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

11
Secretos de papel: I. Sólo los bosques hablan
Josè Antonio Chic
00:01:18

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor, MainArtist - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

12
Secretos de papel: II. Si me dejas
Josè Antonio Chic
00:03:35

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor, MainArtist - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

13
Secretos de papel: III. Los ojos del río
Josè Antonio Chic
00:01:55

Josè Antonio Chic, Composer, Conductor, MainArtist - Cuarteto Terpsícore, Ensemble - Ensemble XXI, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2019 La Ma de Guido (P) 2019 La Ma de Guido

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