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Old May 12, 2019, 12:16 PM
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Nouns with several terms

He has gone to the new music shop on St. Michael’s Street:
• Ha ido a la nueva tienda de música de la Calle San Miguel.

I am struggling to find a different way to express 'new music shop' in Spanish.
Any help would be hugely appreciated.

I know we can't separate tienda and música, and I know we can't put nueva after tienda de música. Would 'la tienda de música que abrió sus puertas hace poco' suffice?

Many thanks.
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