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Leo Brouwer|Leo Brouwer De Bach a los Beatles (Leo Brouwer - Manuel de Falla - Joao Pernambuco)

Leo Brouwer De Bach a los Beatles (Leo Brouwer - Manuel de Falla - Joao Pernambuco)

Leo Brouwer - Manuel de Falla - Joao Pernambuco

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3 Pieces latino americaines (3 Latin American Pieces): No. 1. Danza del altiplano
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El sombrero de 3 picos (The 3-Cornered Hat) (arr. for guitar): El sombrero de 3 picos (The 3-Cornered Hat): II. Danza del molinero (Miller's Dance) (arr. for guitar)
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Maxixe Choro
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El amor brujo (Love, the Magician) (arr. for guitar)*: I. Pantomima (Pantomime) -
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El amor brujo (Love, the Magician) (arr. for guitar)*: I. Pantomima (Pantomime)
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Dolor, preludio vasco
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The Entertainer (arr. for guitar)
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Suite No. 17 in A major: Suite No. 17 in A major: V. Sarabande
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Violin Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001 (arr. for guitar): Violin Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001: III. Siciliano (arr. for guitar)
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The Fool on the Hill (arr. for guitar)
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Un dia de Noviembre : Un dia de Noviembre
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