Brazilian concert guitarist Carlos Barbosa-Lima plays his favorite composers' solo works in a memorable evening of music running the gamut from Claude Debussy to W.C. Handy. Selections include "Odeon" by Ernesto Nazareth; "I Got Rhythm" by George Gershwin; "Las Abejas" by Augustin Barrios; "Adios" by Enric Madriguera; "Sambolero" by Luiz Bonfa; "Two Ladies: One Old, One New" by Bobby Scott; and "Sons de Carrilhoes" by Joao Pernambuco.
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