You should get these 2 Fleury books edited by Roberto Lara. The two pieces you want are in Vol.1llebron wrote:I was recently listening to Carlos Martinez's recording of Abel Fleury music and was wondering if anyone new a place where I could purchase Able Fleury's sheet music. I am particularly interesed in "Te vas milonga" and "Milongueo del ayer".
Carlos Martinez has two recordings of Fleury's music and one of Atahualpa Yupanquis' (another neglected composer) which are excellent. You can also find some of his videos on you tube.David_Norton wrote:Fleury is one of those players whose music is inexplicably neglected. True, his music is less "classical" in concept and construction than Agustin Barrios or Antonio Lauro, but it is very nice stuff. There are a few recordings of his music available.
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