logoSign upLog in
Buzzes
  1. Carmen JL

    Carmen JL

    15/10/2016
    Samba pa ti
    Samba pa ti Versión realizada por Norberto Pedreira para guitarra clásica de la famosa pieza musical del genial Carlos Santana. Esta pieza, junto con otras ocho, está...
    Relevant

    Comments

    Carmen JL
    15/10/2016 #1 Carmen JL
    Pieza preciosa, impecablemente ejecutada por mi gran amigo Carpo.
  2. Javier beBee

    Javier beBee

    17/07/2016
    Paco de Lucía. Guitarra española. Spanish guitar.
    Paco de Lucia - Entre dos aguas (1976) full video
    Paco de Lucia - Entre dos aguas (1976) full video Paco de Lucia - Entre dos...
    Relevant

    Comments

    Joanna Hofman
    18/07/2016 #5 Joanna Hofman
    #3 Impressive! Gracias for information, Javier Camara Rica.
    John White, MBA
    18/07/2016 #4 John White, MBA
    The greatest!
    Javier beBee
    18/07/2016 #3 Javier beBee
    Francisco Gustavo Sánchez Gomez (21 December 1947 – 25 February 2014), known as Paco de Lucía [ˈpako ðe luˈθia], was a Spanish virtuoso flamenco guitarist, composer and producer. A leading proponent of the new flamenco style, he helped legitimize flamenco among the establishment in Spain, and was one of the first flamenco guitarists to have successfully crossed over into other genres of music such as classical and jazz. Richard Chapman and Eric Clapton, authors of Guitar: Music, History, Players, describe de Lucía as a "titanic figure in the world of flamenco guitar",[1] and Dennis Koster, author of Guitar Atlas, Flamenco, has referred to de Lucía as "one of history's greatest guitarists".

    De Lucía was espeically noted for his unusually fast and fluent picados (fingerstyle runs) and powerful rhythmic strumming. He is generally thought to have been one of the most technically gifted and accomplished guitarists of any age. A master of contrast, he was known for his tendency to juxtapose fast and aggressive playing with more sensitive styles, and pioneered the incorporation of abstract and unusual chords and scale tones in his compositions, reflecting his jazz influences. These innovations saw De Lucía play a key role in the development of traditional flamenco and the evolution of new flamenco and Latin jazz fusion from the 1970s. He received enormous acclaim for his recordings with legendary flamenco singer Camarón de la Isla in the 1970s, recording ten albums which are considered some of the most important and influential in flamenco history. His recording of Joaquin Rodrigio's Concierto De Aranjuez in a flamenco style is often considered one of the best and most unique recordings of the much-loved composition.
    Gert Scholtz
    18/07/2016 #2 Gert Scholtz
    Amazing guitar play! @Javier beBee - I am sure you were a DJ once back in your life :)
    Joanna Hofman
    18/07/2016 #1 Joanna Hofman
    Fantastic; Gracias