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Classical Guitarist David Tanenbaum.

Classical guitarist David Tanenbaum. Tanenbaum is chairman of the guitar department at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. While he is best known for his interpretations of early music for the guitar, his interpretations of 20th Century works have won wide praise. His new album is a collection of lute music adapted for the classical guitar. (Interview with Faith Middleton)


Other segments from the episode on March 31, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, March 31, 1988: Interview with Paul Kennedy; Review of George Strait's and Steve Wariner's new albums; Interview with David Tanenbaum; Review of the film "Biloxi Blues."


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