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Agustin Andres (1870-) guitar maker performs in Paris in 1907

Later sets up shop having moved from Madrid

by: Randy Osborne - Published 08/10/2023 2:49 PM

From "Le petit journal" Sunday, June 16, 1907, Paris, page 3:

The "Centro Españiol", a society that brings together a large number of people from the peninsula and Hispanic American countries that inhabit so much of Paris, last night gave a brilliant concert, in the Grande Salle des Fêtes of "Le petit journal"

A gathering, very numerous and very elegant, applauded, as they deserve were very distinguished artists: the tenor Saturnino M. Navarro, the baritones: Eulogio Villabella and Garry, the guitarists: Agustin Andres and Fabian de Castro, the singers: Felisa Lazaro and Wilka, the dancers: Elena Carvajal and Pepita Sevilla, the composer Valverde, the orchestra leader Sarrablo.

And, for the great success of this artistic soire, Mr. España was warmly congratulated, who is the President of the Society; Mr. Sarrablo, who organized the concert, and Mr. Aragon, who helped him there.


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