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Soleil - Portraits 2

Kaori Muraji

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1
Here Comes The Sun
George Harrison; Kaori Muraji
2:11
2
Carmen Suite
Georges Bizet; Kaori Muraji
7:23
3
Have You Never Been Mellow?
John Farrar; Kaori Muraji
3:49
Libra Sonatine  
4
3. Fuoco
Roland Dyens; Kaori Muraji
3:33
5
Samba de Orfeu
Luiz Bonfa; Kaori Muraji
1:28
6
The Sound Of Music
Richard Rodgers; Oscar Hammerstein II; Kaori Muraji
4:44
7
Alone Again (Naturally)
Gilbert O'Sullivan; Kaori Muraji
4:43
La Catedral (trs. M. Barraeco)  
8
1. Preludio (Saudade)
Agustín Barrios Mangoré; Kaori Muraji
2:20
9
2. Andante religioso
Agustín Barrios Mangoré; Kaori Muraji
1:50
10
3. Allegro solemne
Agustín Barrios Mangoré; Kaori Muraji
3:47
The Köln Concert (arr. by Manuel Barrueco)  
11
Pt. 2c
Keith Jarrett; Kaori Muraji
6:22
12
Luzes Do Rio (Moonlight In Rio)
Luiz Bonfa; Kaori Muraji
2:48
13
El Día Antes
Andy Pearsons; Kaori Muraji
3:51
24 Préludes, Op.28 (arr. by F. Tarrega for Guitar)  
14
No.15 In D flat Major: "Raindrop"
Frédéric Chopin; Kaori Muraji
5:05
15
The Way We Were
Marvin Hamlisch; Kaori Muraji
5:32
Total Playing Time    59:26
Tokyo-born classical guitarist Kaori Muraji repeats the formula from her 2009 album Portraits on this sequel, released in 2010. She once again performs a diverse range of selections for solo guitar including pop tunes Here Comes The Sun, Alone Again (Naturally) and The Way We Were, The Sound Of Music and pieces by Keith Jarrett and Chopin.
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