Vals Venezolano No. 2 by Antonio Lauro Performed on Accoustic Guitar

This video clip shows the classical guitar piece Vals Venezolano No. 2 composed by Antonio Lauro and performed by Manuel van de Mosselaar, a german musician and music teacher. Antonio Lauro lived from 1917 until 1986 and is considered as one of the most important classical guitar composers from South America. He also worked with several choirs in his country and later became the direcor of the Venezuela symphony Orchestra.
The piece of the video is particulary beautifull and sometimes is called Andreina, a girl’s name, since all the valses of this composer have a girl’s name.
The Vals Venezolano No. 2 is regarded as a piece for guitar players with intermediate skills and should be practiced slowly first. Since it is a vals without any rubato or off time parts, there should be no problem with maintaining the rhythm.

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