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The 19th-Century Guitar

Gianluigi Giglio

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1.1
Introduction & Variations on "Malbrough s'en va-t-en guerre", Op. 28
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
8:36
1.2
Les folies d'Espagne & Minuet, Op. 15a
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
4:34
1.3
Introduction & Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Op. 9
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
8:40
1.4
Easy Fantasy in A Minor, Op. 58
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
9:28
6 Bagatelles, Op. 43 "Mes ennuis"  
1.5
No. 3, Cantabile
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
4:22
1.6
No. 5, Andante
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
5:02
Elegiac Fantasy in E Major, Op. 59  
1.7
Ia. Introduction - Andante largo
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
8:36
1.8
Ib. March funèbre - Andante moderato
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
7:30
1.9
Capriccio in E Major, Op. 50 "Le calme"
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
8:07
24 Progressive Lessons for Beginners, Op. 31  
1.10
No. 23 in E Major, The Movement of a Religious Prayer
Fernando Sor; Gianluigi Giglio
3:39
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Total Playing Time    68:34
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