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Flying Guitar Melody – Instrumental Guitar- Frédéric Mesnier

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Composer: Frédéric Mesnier
Performance: Frédéric Mesnier
Guitar: Maurice Dupont Concert 1995 (France)
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A bluesy and aerial song. Same atmosphere as Over the Clouds. A relaxing music that will space you out!

Enjoy!

Fred

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Romance – Instrumental Guitar – Frédéric Mesnier

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Composer: Frédéric Mesnier
Performance: Frédéric Mesnier
Guitar: Maurice Dupont Concert 1995 (France)
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A smooth arpegiatted melody. Not that difficult except few bars with unusual left-hand positions

Enjoy!

Frédéric

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AISHA – Easy arrangement for the classical guitar

Aisha-a gorgeous song from the “Roi du Rai”, Cheb Khaled. The song was covered by the band Outlandish a few years ago. Personally I prefer the original from Cheb Khaled, but the Outlandish version goes better with the classical guitar.
P.S.: I do not have tabs or sheet music, I play it by ear

schwäbisch gmünd

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Scorpions- WIND OF CHANGE- classical guitar

My arrangement of “Wind of change” from the Scorpions for the classical guitar. Hope you like it!
P.S.: I play this by ear, so I do not have any Tabs or sheet music.

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Bach-Classical Guitar-Sarabande BWV 997

J.S.Bach Sarabande BWV 997 played by Daniele Magli :
Although at the present time it’s impossible to arrive at precise dates for Bach’s lute works,it is nonetheless reasonable to presume,with a good margin of probability,that they date from the composer’s Cothen period,from 1717 to 1723,when Bach was living at the court of prince Leopold of Anhalt-Cothen. A large part of Bach’s output dates,in fact, from this period,as he held the post of “chamber musician” to the calvinist prince Leopold,at whose court secular concert music was generally preferred to sacred works,and more frequently performed.

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Ciao,
Daniele Magli

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