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Joesf Glaude and James Ruggles

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Sounds Like: Fans of Guitarist Christopher Parkening

Label: Tate Music

Manager: Rita Brumm

Bio: Joesf Glaude, a multi-instrumentalist, is best known for his work as a jazz and harp-guitarist. His work with violinist James Ruggles, however, is not his first venture into classical music.
Joesf was a soloist with the Williamsburg Chamber Orch. and the Locrian Consort. He mixes his classica... See Full Bio

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“Joesf Glaude and James Ruggles blend new age and classical sensibilities”
— G.K Hizer, Urban Tulsa
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  • The Harry Munk Project (Artist) The Harry Munk Project
    Back for another listen of your amazing music enjoying "minuet in E" today it's a fantastic track all the best to you
  • The Harry Munk Project (Artist) The Harry Munk Project
    Absolutely fantastic music wishing you much success all the best to you
  • WoJo (Artist) WoJo
    Wow, what incredibly amazing talent! Absolutely adore "Pastorale", beautiful combination of strings, mesmerizing!
  • Madi White (Artist) Madi White
    Truly wonderful music!
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    Hey there guys...back for another listen --Pastorale, Brilliant. beautiful strings. Chers.
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Q: Hello James. This is your friend Gerard T. Have you ever heard/played the Sonatas a violono solo by Giovanni battista Fontana? You can here a good recording on www.magnatune.com. Early baroque.
A: Yes, I have and I will check out the link you sent...I always enjoy a good rendition of great music!

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