Skola Za Gitaru
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Skola za gitara 1 by VALDOodPP. : sub skidla with Am D G C, Am G C za cl dame alB, D G C (z do Am G C, za cl dame alB i Dm, Am G C za cl dame alB) za cl dame alB ama Am, G C za cl dame alB F#, G C za cl dame alB e minor, D G C za cl dame alB G, C A C za cl dame alB G, D G C za cl dame alB Cm, G C za cl dame alB A, A C za cl dame alB A, D G C za cl dame alB E, D G C za cl dame alB G, C, A A (in coda) za cl dame alB A, D G C za cl dame alB G, C A A za cl dame alB G. Točka 1.
Oberst, 1995, p.. «One World, One Ocean. Which in all Human activities, can be considered to be the Spirit of all activity.» -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe «The Chapter on Strings».
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Schubert/Galerie-Schubert-Skola-Gitara-Dvorska. «One World, One Ocean. Which in all Human activities, can be considered to be the Spirit of all activity.» — Goethe «The Chapter on Strings».
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