Jason Vieaux decided not to discriminate against living composers when planning his Dinner With The Dead. Robin Holland hide caption

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Figment No. 5, for marimba
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Jason Vieaux was captivated by the slow movements of two great guitar concertos. Tyler Boye hide caption

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Concierto de Aranjuez: Adagio (John Williams/Philadelphia Orchestra/Ormandy)
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Live Music From Bob Boilen's Desk
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Audio Only: Jason Vieaux's Tiny Desk Concert
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Jason Vieaux Picks Out a New Guitar
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