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This is my arrangement for Besame Mucho as a solo piece. Also a great starting point to improvise from. Live, I normally play as in the video with an improvised verse 

 

 

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On 2017-5-15 at 4:24 AM, oldstrummer said:

I think you fall into the "Beyond" category on this site, Mark.  Nicely done!

Very kind of you all. Indeed when translated it doesn't quite have the same ring to it;) I guess you couldn't really have that song title in English? Thanks to all who listen and comment 

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I got a vintage Japanese classical guitar, I think you'd do justice to it. All wood and the tone is up there that I think classical player dream about.

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