Paul Galbraith, guitar

May 4, 2017, 11:00 am

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Paul Galbraith plays his distinctive, eight-string Brahms Guitar during a master class at the University of Southern California. (Photo: Peter Mackay)
Paul Galbraith plays his distinctive, eight-string Brahms Guitar during a master class at the University of Southern California. (Photo: Peter Mackay)

Paul Galbraith’s guitar has eight strings and he makes the most out of the extra high and low notes. The instrument rests, supported by an end-pin, on a wooden resonance box. Paul brings his unusual guitar and his unique playing to Impromptu for the first time.

  • Allemande from Lute Suite in E Minor, by J.S. Bach

  • Allemande from Keyboard Suite in C Major, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

  • Piano Sonata in B-flat Major No. 17, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

  • Mallorca “Barcarola,” by Isaac Albéniz

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