William Kanengiser - Caribbean Souvenirs mp3 downloadPerformer: William Kanengiser
Title: Caribbean Souvenirs
Released: January 1, 2003
Size MP3 version: 1866 mb
Size FLAC version: 1345 mb
Size WMA version: 1485 mb
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William Kanengiser - Caribbean Souvenirs mp3 download
Rondo Alla Turca (Turkish March) composed by . Mozart played by Williams Kanengiser in Guitar.
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Home page of classical guitarist, instructor and author William Kanengiser of Los Angeles, California. Sample his audio MP3 recordings, DVD and VHS videos, CD albums, articles, comedy, and catch up on concert tour dates updated constantly. As arranged and recorded by William Kanengiser on his CD, "Caribbean Souvenirs ". Caprice, Op. 44, (O My Charmer, Spare Me!) Souvenir de La Havane, Op. 39 Souvenir de Porto Rico, Op. 31. Handel: Suite N. in D Major.
Kanengiser's performance on the entire album, including this set, is first-rate. Playing with precision and clarity, he captures the essence of each section. He has a full-bodied, muscular style that also is expressive and flexible and is perfectly suited to the exuberant ethnic dances in the se. - J. Green, The Harbinger. Kanengiser's brilliant second solo album travels eastward to explore the "ethnic" roots of the guitar.
Souvenirs is the seventh studio album by Dutch alternative rock band The Gathering. It was released on 24 February 2003 through independent label Psychonaut Records; the label was founded by the band in 1999. Souvenirs is the first full-length release from The Gathering since parting ways with Century Media, and the first full-length release for Psychonaut Records.
Associate Professor of Practice. A member of the guitar faculty at the USC Thornton School of Music since 1983, Mr. Kanengiser has given master classes around the world and produced two instructional videos, Effortless Classical Guitar and Classical Guitar Mastery for Hot Licks Video. As a founding member of the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, he has toured extensively throughout Asia, Europe and North America, recording for the GHA, Delos and Sony Classical labels. Their first recording for the Telarc label, LAGQ: Latin, was nominated for a Grammy in the Classical Crossover category in 2001, and their follow-up recording LAGQ’s.