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14 August 2020

Farewell to Julian Bream

Julian Bream | 15 July 1933 – 14 August 2020

Julian Bream has been the most respected of British musicians, over the course of the last 60 years. His expressive classical guitar performances, alone or with top orchestras around the world carved him an illustrious career, which he then diverted from by playing and reviving the lute, solo and with his Consort.

What a major influence he has been for to us all for so many years!

A remarkable guitarist who brought so much attention to the valuable repertoire of the modern guitar, whilst also exploring music for the lute.

He brought new life and vigour to every note he played.

He’ll not be forgotten!

Steve Howe 
London 14th August 2020 

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