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An Idea

Kristina Vårlid

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1
The Old Lime Tree
Sergey Rudnev; Kristina Vårlid
6:52
Fantasy for guitar  
2
I Prelude
Malcolm Arnold; Kristina Vårlid
1:22
3
II Scherzo
Malcolm Arnold; Kristina Vårlid
2:34
4
III Arietta
Malcolm Arnold; Kristina Vårlid
2:30
5
IV Fughetta
Malcolm Arnold; Kristina Vårlid
1:23
6
V Arietta
Malcolm Arnold; Kristina Vårlid
1:53
7
VI March
Malcolm Arnold; Kristina Vårlid
1:29
8
VII Postlude
Malcom Arnold; Kristina Vårlid
1:12
La Catedral  
9
I Preludio Saudade
Agustin Barrios Mangoré; Kristina Vårlid
2:06
10
II Andante Religioso
Agustin Barrios Mangoré; Kristina Vårlid
1:53
11
III Allegro Solemne
Agustin Barrios Mangoré; Kristina Vårlid
3:27
Sonata Para Guitarra  
12
I Allegro moderato
Antonio José; Kristina Vårlid
6:46
13
II Minueto
Antonio José; Kristina Vårlid
3:11
14
III Pavana triste
Antonio José; Kristina Vårlid
5:46
15
IV Final
Antonio José; Kristina Vårlid
4:40
16
An Idea (Passacaglia for Eli)
Leo Brouwer; Kristina Vårlid
3:35
Total Playing Time    50:39
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Simax Classics Studio Masters

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