Gobbaerts, J. L. - op.108/04 Les Papillons - Tab - Duo

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Gobbaerts, J. L. - op.108/04 Les Papillons - Tab - Duo

Post by Fortean » Tue Jan 22, 2013 11:33 pm

Jean Louis Gobbaerts, (1835—1886), was a Belgian concert pianist, piano teacher, and a prolific composer. He used several pen-names and may be better known as "Streabbog", (which is his last name spelled backwards). A few of his works continue to be used for teaching children how to play the piano. I have only seen a few of his compositions arranged for the banjo and the guitar.

Here's my guitar duo transcription of a very simple polka-mazurka.
Gobbaerts, J.L.; op.108.4 Les Papillons Polka-Mazurka - Tab - Duo.pdf
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