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Americo Jacomino Canhoto e o desenvolvimento da arte solística do violão em São Paulo.

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Esta pesquisa visa estudar o período correspondente ao início do desenvolvimento da arte solística do violão brasileiro, com ênfase na cidade de São Paulo, além de resgatar a obra do maior violonista do período, o paulistano Américo Jacomino "Canhoto." Dissertação (Mestrado).

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