Favorite Solos

Carlos Barbosa-Lima's Favorite Solos 17 pieces 52 min. $29.95
The guitar Carlos used is a 1996 Andres Caruncho.

   This outstanding video recital takes the listener on a musical
journey through Brazil, the Caribbean, North America, and the
Hawaiian Islands, including works by European masters from France
and Spain. Maestro Barbosa-Lima displays the stunning musicality,
arranging skills, and refined technique that have drawn applause
from sold-out concert halls the world over. Many of these selections
were arranged by Carlos Barbosa-Lima and include unusual
techniques such as double harmonics and Hawaiian slack-key effects.
The selections are listed below the video photo.

Carlos played most of these pieces when he played his 2nd sold out South Bay Guitar Society concert at the Montgomery Theatre in San Jose, California October 15, 1999. This video was just shot days after the concert in the San Francisco Bay Area.

   For more music on video by Carlos see:
Brazilian Music for Guitar

The selections are:

  1. Sons de Carrilhoes (Joao Pernambuco) for sheet music see Querico Publications
  2. Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth)
  3. Sambolero (Luis Bonfa)
  4. Cochichando (Alfredo Vianna)
  5. Aquarela do Brasil (Ary Barroso) for sheet music see Querico Publications
  6. Adios (Enric Madriguera)
  7. La Comparsa (Ernesto Lecuona)
  8. Fantasy on a Hawaiian Lullaby "Pupu Hinu Hinu" (N. Beamer)
  9. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy)
  10. Two Ladies: One Old, One New (Bobby Scott)
  11. La Alborada (Francisco Tarrega)
  12. La Mariposa (Francisco Tarrega)
  13. Golliwogg's Cakewalk ( Claude Debussy)
  14. I got Rhythm (George Gershwin)
  15. Las Abejas (Agustin Barrios) included in Barrios in Tablature Vol. 1
  16. Ja-Da (trad.-arr. Carlos Barbosa-Lima)
  17. Seis Milongas-from Suite Antillana (Ernesto Cordero)

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