A la gran muñeca - guitar tango
Classical Guitar - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 20520001
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A la gran muñeca - guitar tango
Classical Guitar - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 20520001
4.5 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Guitar - Level 3 - Digital Download

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Composed by Ventura. Arranged by Roberto Pugliese. 20th Century,Latin,World. Guitar Tab. 16 pages. Roberto Pugliese #3224223. Published by Roberto Pugliese (A0.882851).

A la gran muñeca is a great tango whose lyrics belongs to Miguel F. Osés while the music is by Jesus Ventura, which was released in 1919 by the singer Manolita Poli in the play The Great Doll (bazaar and toy store) premiered along with that. In the lyrics, written in first person, the protagonist asks him to return to the lover who left her for another woman who, in turn, has abandoned.
This arrangement for classic guitar have a references video Youtube and a second part in Tab System. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOG224eFwbE

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