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e.g. Saywood, Paul - op.15/01 Study in C, New Year - Video
or Can, Esim - Miniatur n.5 - Video
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The simple boogie-woogie riff on a classical guitar, learning repertoire.
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Thanks Martin. That is quite neat.
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Such fun. Thank you for this.
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Thanks for the video, it's a nice boogie woogie!
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Haha..very good. I almost passed this by...glad I didn't.
- Student of the online lessons
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