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Sultry Habanera takes the prize

Congratulations go to Giuseppe Capasso from Rome, Italy, who has won a Kawai piano.

Capasso wowed the five judges with his stylishly hypnotic 46-bar tango, . ‘Giuseppe Capasso composed a

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