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and some are my own original compositions.
I hope you enjoy the music. Many hooks on the

Guitarist/composer Adam Levy is a native of


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most mterestmggroups. Thls ultlmately led to


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tounng and performmg wlth Tracy Chapman,who
featured Levy on her Grammy Award-winning
song"Give Me One Reason." Respecte9asa
teacherasweIl asa performer,Levy is a regular

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preparatlon. If you mak e mlsta
a slower tempo, but do not stop in the middle to
practice a difficuit passage.Finish playing the
piece. Dur motto is "forward ever, backward
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faculty member at the National Guitar Summer


Workshopand bascontributed severalinstructional
articlesto GuitarPlayerMagazine. He presently ,
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the beginning, then skip lst ending

and play Znd ending.

D. C. al Fine

Go back to the beginning and end at Fine.

D. C. al Coda Go back to the beginning and play to the coda sign (-$r), then skip to the Coda
to end the piece.
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D. S.al Fine

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