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Flamenco Guitar Treatise of Accompaniment to El Cante Fandangos Naturales DVD
The new collection "Flamenco Guitar. Treatise of Accompaniment to El Cante” in DVD format with booklet, reveals the secrets of the great master accompanists of flamenco, offering unique and innovative material in flamenco pedagogy.
Aimed at new guitarists and professionals it offers the opportunity to analyse and interpret falsetas, remates, different accompaniment tricks, different rasgueos and chords depending on the chosen guitarist and his era.
But this is not the greatest surprise, as if this was not enough, this production is outstanding because it also contains the vocals (a cappella, without guitar accompaniment) of the greatest flamenco masters available to us. A luxury for those guitarists who were not contemporaries of the great flamenco singers or those of us who have not had the opportunity to accompany them.
The masters included in this treatise are:
Cantaores (The flamenco singers): Manolo Caracol, Antonio Mairena, Fernanda de Utrera, Camarón, Fosforito y Enrique Morente.
Guitarists: To the guitar style of Sabicas, Niño Ricardo, Paco de Lucía, Enrique de Melchor, Tomatito y Rafel Riqueni.
Each style is presented in 3 different ways:
• Vocals with guitar: the complete version.
• Vocals so as to practise the accompaniment.
• Guitar solo, so as to sing along or listen to the different details in the guitar
FANDANGOS DE MANOLO CARACOL
(Su amor se llama Manuel)
(voice Manolo Caracol, to the guitar style of Rafael Riqueni)
FANDANGOS DE ANTONIO MAIRENA
(Soy el Moreno)
(voice Antonio Mairena,to the guitar style of Sabicas)
FANDANGOS DE FERNANDA DE UTRERA
(Un desengaño he tenido)
(voice Fernanda de Utrera, to the guitar style of Tomatito)
FANDANGOS DE CAMARÓN
(La gente hablaba de ti)
(voice Camarón, to the guitar style of Paco de Lucía)
FANDANGOS DE FOSFORITO
(Me estoy muriendo)
(voice Fosforito, to the guitar style of David Leiva)
FANDANGOS DE ENRIQUE MORENTE
(Ante la imagen de Cristo)
(voice Enrique Morente, to the guitar style of Enrique de Melchor)