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Seville

-based Italian (Italy) Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 bombers kills 150 people and injures 500. Thomas, Hugh, ''The Spanish Civil War'', Simon & Shuster: New York, 1986, ISBN 978-0-671-75876-9, pp. 794-795. Tárrega entered the Madrid Conservatory (College or university school of music) in 1874, under the sponsorship of a wealthy merchant named Antonio Canesa. He had brought along with him a recently purchased guitar, made in Seville by Antonio de Torres


Madrid

school of music Conservatory in 1874, under the sponsorship of a wealthy merchant named Antonio Canesa. He had brought along with him a recently purchased guitar, made in Seville by Antonio de Torres. Its superior sonic qualities inspired him both in his playing and in his view of the instrument's compositional potential. At the conservatory, Tárrega studied composition under Emilio Arrieta who convinced him to focus on guitar and abandon the idea of a career with the piano


Taiwan

played the Kohno guitar, made of cedar and jacaranda, regularly over the next five years. During her Madrid debut at age 14, the composer Joaquín Rodrigo was among the audience; in 1995, after John Williams (John Williams (guitarist)) listened to her performance in Beijing, he was so impressed that he loaned two of his own Greg Smallman guitars to her conservatory, for her and other top students to play. '''Bruceploitation''' is a cultural phenomenon mostly seen in the 1970s after


Tokyo

, Japan and Portugal. At twelve, she played in Tokyo for the first time, and was given a special award by the Guitar Alliance of Japan. Masaru Kohno, this time, took Yang to his studio and asked her to take any guitar with her. She played the Kohno guitar, made of cedar and jacaranda, regularly over the next five years. During her Madrid debut at age 14, the composer Joaquín Rodrigo was among the audience; in 1995, after John Williams (John Williams (guitarist)) listened to her


Portugal

rapidly achieved an international reputation, playing extensively in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Spain, and Australia, and giving concert tours in Taiwan, Japan and Portugal. At twelve, she played in Tokyo for the first time, and was given a special award by the Guitar Alliance of Japan. Masaru Kohno, this time, took Yang to his studio and asked her to take any guitar with her. She played the Kohno guitar, made of cedar and jacaranda, regularly over the next five years


Turkey

. ''Political Modernization in Japan and Turkey'' (1964). The flag of TRNC waves in the countries where TRNC has diplomatic relations (Foreign relations of Northern Cyprus), i.e. Turkey and the non sovereign Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic in Azerbaijan. - Turkey Yes, Dear ComedyMax - thumb 1945 Epiphone Blackstone archtop guitar (File:EPIPHONE BLACKSTONE 1945.JPG), made in New York Epiphone started in 1873, in Smyrna, Ottoman


Poland

and British (United Kingdom) victims should be shown. He has repeatedly mentioned Schroeder's endorsement but admitted failing to fulfil the conditions, explaining that the archives of the U.K. Government would not allow him to publish such photographs. In fact, many of the photographs of the Blitz in London belong to private collections, such as that of George Rodger of Magnum Photos. * ''ESP Kamikaze'' - A custom made guitar, made for George Lynch by ESP Guitars


Australia

achieved an international reputation, playing extensively in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Spain, and Australia, and giving concert tours in Taiwan, Japan and Portugal. At twelve, she played in Tokyo for the first time, and was given a special award by the Guitar Alliance of Japan. Masaru Kohno, this time, took Yang to his studio and asked her to take any guitar with her. She played the Kohno guitar, made of cedar and jacaranda, regularly over the next five years

to Breton (Breton people) culture rather than French. The sound of his electric guitar made an exciting mix with Alan's celtic instruments and voice. The '''Gould League''' is an independent Australian organisation promoting environmental (Natural environment) education, originally founded in Victoria (Victoria, Australia) in 1909 and named after the English (England) ornithologist John Gould. Largely autonomous branches were subsequently established in other Australian states


Japan

a special award by the Guitar Alliance of Japan. Masaru Kohno, this time, took Yang to his studio and asked her to take any guitar with her. She played the Kohno guitar, made of cedar and jacaranda, regularly over the next five years. During her Madrid debut at age 14, the composer Joaquín Rodrigo was among the audience; in 1995, after John Williams (John Williams (guitarist)) listened to her performance in Beijing, he was so impressed that he loaned two of his own Greg Smallman guitars


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