Julian Bream—The Contribution

By John W. Duarte | From the Sept./Oct. 1982 Issue of Classical Guitar The Julian Bream I first met in the 1940s was a small boy in short pants; when playing he was virtually obscured by his guitar, face and arms appearing on its perimeter like those of a musical Mr. Chad. By the time this appears in print he will, incredibly, be in his 50th year. His fame is now such that he could, if it were in his … Continue reading Julian Bream—The Contribution