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Sonata in A Major, Hob. XVI:47 (orig. in F Major) - Larghetto Paul Galbraith, guitar
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Paul Galbraith plays Haydn
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One Guitar, No Vocals
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All the Best Marches
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Big Cat Afro Celt Sound System
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Volume 2: Release
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Frankly Basie: Count Basie Plays the Hits of Frank Sinatra
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