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Guitares Cinematiques

Guitares Cinématiques is a solo band featuring the guitarist, Nicolas. In college Nicolas double majored in physics and classical guitar while minoring in foreign languages. Nicolas studied privately with guitarists Ralph Towner and Steve Cardenas. Other musical influences include guitarists Pat Metheny, Egberto Gismonti, João Gilberto, Baden Powell, trumpet player Chet Baker, the bands Yes and Weather Report, and classical composers Kodaly, Bartok, and his favorite composer, Chopin.

Album

Penguins on Mars

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2009

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Meet Guitares Cinématiques: Studied physics, classical guitar, and foreign languages in college. I was always a huge fan of the group Oregon. Instrument(s):Classical guitar.Teachers and/or influences?My early guitar teachers were Gene Watson and Mario Abril. I attended the FSU School of Music and studied with Bruce ...


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