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Merry Christmas, everybody!

Here's my Christmas present to you all: an absolutely amazing You-tube of a guy who has become my favorite young guitarist.  Click here to open your present!  Sungha Jung was 8 when this video was made.  He's now 11, and MUCH BETTER!  To see what else he can do, I recommend three other videos:

Canon in D (with Trace Bundy)

Manha Do Carnaval

Bolero  (Yes, the entire orchestral work by Maurice Ravel, with four-part orchestration, all played live on one acoustic guitar, by an eleven-year old boy.)

Sungha says his parents will only let him practice 2 hours a day when school is in session, so it usually takes him 3 days to learn a song, or up to a week for a really hard one!  He currently has about 330 You-Tube videos published.  Google Sungha Jung for more.  Merry Christmas!

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