Ramon Grande | Spanish Guitar Moods

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Spanish Guitar Moods

by Ramon Grande

Classical Guitarist Ramon Grande, playing 19th & 20th century spanish guitar classics, plus some transcriptions of piano classics.
Genre: Classical: Classical era
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1. Fernando Sor - Fantasie Elegiaque
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2. Antonio Lauro - La Negra - Vals Venezolano No. 3
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2:43 $0.99
3. Antonio Lauro - Triptico
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4. Gaspar Sanz - Canarios
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5. Gaspar Sanz - Ayre Espagnol
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6. Gaspar Sanz - Spanish Dance
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7. Gaspar Sanz - Pavanne
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8. Gaspar Sanz - Villanos
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9. Js Bach - Double and Gavotte
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10. Js Bach - Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring
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11. Edward Elgar - Salut Damore
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12. Erik Satie - Gymnopedie No. 1
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ramon Grande is a classical guitarist, born in 1963 in spain. He began playing guitar relatively late at the age of 13 but quickly became proficient and began recording albums and playing concerts. A bit of a recluse he only gives 10 or so concerts a year and has 5 albums available on Amazon and iTunes.

Evocation, probably his most famous work, this album is a mixture of traditional classical guitar repertoire along with some transcriptions of keyboard works by Bach, Satie and others.

His latest album includes works by Antonion Lauro plus 19th & 20th century favourites for the spanish guitar


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