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    Exclamation Radetzky March

    A famous march (1848) by Johann Strauss senior, traditionally played as the last piece at the New Year's Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic, in my arrangement for classical guitar. http://www.chitarrarte.it


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    As usual Giuseppe this is wonderful. Thank you for sharing your talents with this forum.
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    Mille gracie, Giuseppe. Very nice!

    Austria's emperor Franz Joseph (=Francesco Giuseppe?) is known for saying that he knew two pieces of music: one was the Radetzky March and the other one was not the Radetzky March

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Snyder View Post
    As usual Giuseppe this is wonderful. Thank you for sharing your talents with this forum.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bauzl View Post
    Mille gracie, Giuseppe. Very nice!

    Austria's emperor Franz Joseph (=Francesco Giuseppe?) is known for saying that he knew two pieces of music: one was the Radetzky March and the other one was not the Radetzky March
    Thank you so much friends, greetings from Sicily!

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    Wonderful, Giuseppi! What fun!
    Thank you once again for making me smile.
    "Music is the only noise for which one is obliged to pay." ~ Alexander Dumas

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