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    Musical rehearsals for the school concert... My students of the Middle School "Nino Martoglio" in Belpasso (Catania, Sicily) performed the very famous soundtrack by Ennio Morricone from the film by Sergio Leone "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", in My arrangement for Guitar Ensemble. http://www.chitarrarte.it


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    Fantastic. All that is missing are Clint Eastwood, Lee van Cleef and Eli Wallach walking by outside the window on the right at random times, one at a time, peering in incredulously.
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    Well done! I wonder if any of them have ever seen the movie.

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    Superb! They play really well together, and a cool choice of music.

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    Bravo! I love seeing young people getting involved with music. Teaching them to play an instrument is one of the best gifts you can give them....job well done!

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    the world is better off without bad ideas, good ideas are better off without the world

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    Pretty cool. Your students must really trust and admire you.

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    Standing ovation - keep up the good work!
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    Well done, Giuseppe! You should be very proud of your students! And as always, you've made a very good arrangement there, bravo!
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    Is this where you got the choice from?


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    Outstanding...congratulations!
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    Well… How Cool Is That !!!!!? Congratulations!

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    Wonderfully played, and what a terrific piece to tackle. Bravo!
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    What fun, Giuseppi! Your students deserve an "A" and you deserve our thanks.
    Bravo!
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    Thanks to everyone dear friends for your nice comments, greetings from Sicily!
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