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Sharon Isbin On Song Travels

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Sharon Isbin.

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Sharon Isbin.

Sharon Isbin.

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Set List

  • Isbin (guitar), “Spanish Dance No. 5” (Grenados)
  • Isbin (guitar), “Vals Venezolano No. 3” (Lauro)
  • Isbin, T. de Mello (excerpt), “A Hug For Paxinga” (T. de Mello)
  • Isbin, Baez (excerpt), “Wayfaring Stranger” (Traditional)
  • Isbin, Wilson (excerpt), “Dreamboat Annie” (Heart)
  • Isbin (guitar), “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav (Jerusalem Of Gold)” (Shemer, Arr. Isbin)
  • Isbin (guitar), “Concierto Do Aranjuez” (Rodrigo)
  • Kauflin (piano), “Vals Op. 8, No. 4” (Barrios)

Renowned exemplary guitarist Sharon Isbin has expelled some-more than 25 albums, toured worldwide and premiered some of a excellent new guitar works of a final century. Trained by a mythological Andrés Segovia, Isbin is a initial and usually womanlike guitarist to win a exemplary Grammy. She’s also a owner and executive of a guitar dialect during a Juilliard School of Music.

On this part of Song Travels, Isbin’s poise is on arrangement as she shares important recordings of her work and performs from her exemplary repertoire.

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Article source: http://www.npr.org/2015/09/18/441454885/sharon-isbin-on-song-travels

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