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Jason Vieaux was captivated by the slow movements of two great guitar concertos.
September 17, 2010 The classical guitarist recalls high school summers fueled by the voluptuous slow movements in concertos by Heitor Villa-Lobos and Joaquin Rodrigo.
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June 6, 2007 Priscilla Wadsworth, 16, chose to play flute in band because it's what her friends chose to play. She enjoyed it immediately, but didn't get serious about playing flute until a stroke of luck led her to meet her teacher, Dr. Gerald Welker. She performs Joaquin Rodrigo's Concierto Pastorale, 1st. mvt. This segment originally aired on Jan. 10th, 2007.
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July 6, 1999 A remembrance of Joaquin Rodrigo, one of Spain's best known composers, who died today at the age of 97 at his home in Madrid. We hear guitarist Julian Bream play an excerpt from the second movement — marked "Adagio" — from Juaquin Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez", his best known work.
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