Speaking In Tongues

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franks59
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Speaking In Tongues

Post by franks59 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 4:47 pm

I had been dabbling a bit in Music Theory with an eye towards composition when I ran across this two-time Grammy winner 22 yr. old Wunderkind speaking in (musical) tongues. I'm completely lost yet entirely fascinated:


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Re: Speaking In Tongues

Post by Pede » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:03 pm

This Guy shouldn't have any problem with the solfège on music college.
Gert Petersen 2000, Spr-BRW, Felipe Conde FP17 Negro, Santos Hernandez 1932 S-BRW, Asturias 10 string s-IRW, Ramirez 1a Especial 2014, Bernabe M5 S, Bert Kwakkel Merula 1982, Baroque guitar by Martin de Witte

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