Liona Boyd ‎– Miniatures For Guitar - 1981- Classical Guitar (vinyl)


Liona Boyd ‎– Miniatures For Guitar - 1981- Classical Guitar (vinyl)

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Liona Maria Carolynne Boyd, CM, O.Ont (born 11 July 1949, London), is a classical guitarist often referred to as the First Lady of Guitar.

Early years

Boyd was born in London but grew up in Toronto.[1] Her father grew up in Bilbao, Spain, and her mother in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Her grandmother was from Linares, Spain, the birthplace of the father of the classical guitar, Andrés Segovia. During her family's ocean voyage to Canada, she performed her first concert in a talent show on the ship. She played "Bluebells of Scotland" on a treble recorder.

When she was thirteen, she was given her first guitar, a Christmas present which her parents had bought in Spain seven years before.[2] She took lessons from Eli Kassner, Narciso Yepes, Alexandre Lagoya, Julian Bream, and Segovia.

Boyd graduated from the University of Toronto in 1972 with a degree in music

Label:CBS Masterworks ‎– M 36732
Format:Vinyl, LP, Reissue

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10
BIN # 80 / *195
A1 Spanish Romance 2:54
A2 Adelita 1:45
A3 Cajita De Música 1:55
A4 Lágrima 1:56
A5 Andantino 2:32
A6 Andante & Estudio #2 3:00
A7 Pavana 2:06
A8 Andante 1:18
A9 Lento 1:06
A10 El Noy De La Mare 2:01
B1 Greensleeves 2:35
B2 Kemp's Jig 1:26
B3 Saltarello 0:56
Little Suite (5:29)
B4a Balletto
B4b Policinello
B4c Minuetto
B4d Sarabande
B4e Gavotte
B5 Gavotte 1:25
B6 Pavana 1:27
B7 Prelude & Gigue 2:45
B8 Estudio #17, Esudio #7 3:40
B9 Estudio In E

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