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George Sheldon | Guitar Monastère: Music from the Sanctuary

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Guitar Monastère: Music from the Sanctuary

by George Sheldon

Beautiful classic guitar music that will transport you to a unique time and place.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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1. Toy for Two Lutes
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2. Air on a G String
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3. Bianco Fiore
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4. My Lord Chamberlain His Galliard
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5. Minuet 1
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6. Minuet 2
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7. Desafinado
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8. Coyita
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9. Passacaille
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10. Manha de Carnaval
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11. Allemande (My Lady Hunssdon's Puffe)
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12. Stompin' at the Savoy
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13. Captain Willoughby's Welcome Home
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14. Girl from Ipanema
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15. El Negrito
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sacramento guitarist, George Sheldon has been sharing his rendition of classical and fingerstyle instrumental music in a variety of venues for the last 25 years. His first album, “Guitar Landscapes”, was designed to feature the unique guitar stylings of various parts of the world such as Spain, England, Ireland, and Brazil. His latest release is called “Guitar Monastère ” and was recorded at St. Augustine’s Monastery (founded 1639) in Quebec City, Canada. The music from this album reflects the time period when the Monastery was founded, the Renaissance and Baroque era.

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