Gregg Nestor: studio concert playing Ponce, Berkeley, Albeniz, Dodgson, & Gershwin

I first met Gregg in 1982, and was impressed by his huge collection of guitar arrangements and transcriptions which he used to keep in the top drawer of his clothes cupboard. I remember he had unusual pieces such as “Teddy Bear’s Picnic Variations”, “Annie get your gun”, “Children’s Corner” by Debussy, “Gershwiniana”, motley pieces by Poulenc and numerous other titles, expertly arranged for nimble fingers.
I heard from him again recently, and if you are interested in the sort of music he has to offer, drop him a line at

Thanks again, selftaughtgirl for this trip down memory lane.

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