Marcin Dylla Plays Roberto Sierra

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Marcin-Dylla-SierraPolish guitarist Marcin Dylla plays Sonata para Guitarra by American composer Roberto Sierra (b. 1953). Love the creepy concrete setting with weird air vents that looked like they are wrapped in tin foil. Fits the mood well. It’s a thick piece but nice and clear too. It’s good to see Dylla playing this aesthetic as he can really pull it off. The movements are: I Con pasion; II Expresivo, casi religioso; IV Salseado.


Video Link and Source: https://youtu.be/pNLBxUMoy64

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