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  • Pavane For A Dead Princess - Abaca String Band

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    The "Pavane pour une infante defunte"("Pavane For A Dead Princess") was written for solo piano by Ravel in 1899, and orchestrated by him in 1910.

    The Abaca String Band was founded in 1991 by Andrew Schulman. The members of the group are Schulman, Music Director/8-String Guitar, Robert Zubrycki/Violin, Tamara Volskaya/Domra-Mandolin, Julie Goodale/Viola, Bradley Lovelace/Double Bass.

    Recorded at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts, San Diego, CA, on October 22, 2008.

    Music arranged by Andrew Schulman
    Videography by Gary Stoefen

    For Concert Bookings Contact:
    http://www.abacaproductions...

    For more info about Abaca String Band:
    http://www.abacaproductions...

    Guitar by Darren Hippner (Point Roberts, WA - 2008)
    http://www.hippnerclassical...
    Violin by Giovanni Battista Grancino (Milan - 1700)
    Domra by Igor Vladimirovich Yemelyanov (Moscow - 1975)
    Viola by A. Aurelio (Rome - 1920)
    Messenger Bass by John Knutson (Forestville, CA - 2003) Show less
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