Tesoros de la Guitarra Flamenca
Sep 20 2014
Flamenco is a genuine Spanish art form, or, to be more exact, a genuine Southern Spanish art. It exists in three forms: el cante, the song, el baile, the dance, and la guitarra, the guitar playing. Gypsies are often credited with the “invention” of flamenco, and it is at least certain that they played an important part in its creation.
But the popular songs and dances of Andalusia also had a major influence on early Flamenco.
The virtuoso Paco de Lucia is one of most influential pioneers of flamenco guitar. Although mass media has brought Flamenco to the world stage, at its heart it has always been and will always be an intimate form of music. You have not heard authentic flamenco if you have not been in a juerga, with a small group of friends, at midnight somewhere in the south of Spain, where there is nothing around but the voice, the guitar and the body of a dancer moving in the moonlight.
The Set of videos of masters of Flamenco. The videos were translated by Spanish channel TVE. Here the list of masters of Flamenco who took part:
- Manolo Sanlucar
- Gerardo Nunez
- Manolo Franco
- Nino Miguel
- Pepe Habichuela
- Rafael Riqueni
- Jose Antonio Rodriguez
- Manuel Cano
- Paco de Lucia
- Vicente Amigo
Running time: ~ 400 min
Video: DIVX 512×384 25.00fps 999Kbps
Audio: MPEG Audio 48000Hz stereo 192Kbps
Size: 4.1 Gb