More repertoire by Astor Piazzolla

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    • Hector
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    • 2 yrs ago
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    Milonga de el Angel

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    • Dominic
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    It would be great to see a lesson on Cavatina, seems like a big gap. 

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    • Dominic Hi, looks like it was done meanwhile. I learned it here, so beautiful to play. More challenging that it seemed. https://app.tonebase.co/guitar/live/player/premiere-xuefei-yang-teaches-cavatina-myers

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      • Carlo Martins
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      • Carlo_Martins
      • 8 mths ago
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      António Fernandes Hi, I am new to Tonebase (first post here). Cavatina is indeed a great piece! I started to follow Xuefei's lesson. But I miss access to the full score. How do you guys do to study the whole piece? In general, I could only find a small number of scores here. Thanks!

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    • Jack Stewart
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    • Jack_Stewart
    • 2 yrs ago
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    The porteno series, especially the Otono Porteno. Also the 5 Pieces.

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  • A lesson on Adios Nonino. Piazzolla is quoted in his memoir that he considered his greatest piece.  Also, check out Agustin Carlevaro's arrangement published by GSP in San Francisco.

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