Languages: Spanish, Englishc and Japanese
Book and DVD
6 audio options: Guitar+percussion+cante, Guitar+cante, Guitar+percussion, Guitar, Percussion+cante, Percussion
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. This flamenco guitar production offers the opportunity to analyse and interpret falsetas, remates, different accompaniment tricks, different rasgueos and chords depending on the chosen guitarist and his era.
This production also includes 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 are:
Cantaores (Flamenco singers): Pepe de la Matrona, Juan Talega, Pericón de Cádiz, Antonio Mairena, Rafael Romero, Fernanda de Utrera, Terremoto de Jerez, Fosforito and Enrique Morente.
Guitarists: Al estilo de Niño Ricardo, Melchor de Marchena, Diego del Gastor, Sabicas, Manolo Sanlúcar Pepe Habichuela, Paco de Lucía, Enrique de Melchor, Moraíto Chico, Tomatito and Vicente Amigo..
Each style is presented in six different ways:
• Vocals with guitar and percussion: the complete version.
• Vocals with guitar
• Vocals a cappella with flamenco percussion so as to practise the accompaniment.
• Guitar solo with percussion, so as to sing along or listen to the different details in the guitar
• Guitar solo, so as to sing along or listen to the different details in the guitar
• Percussion, so as to sing along and accompaniment
Soleá de Alcalá: (Juan Talega voice, Paco de Lucía guitar style)
Soleá de Triana: (Antonio Mairena voice, Enrique del Melchor guitar style)
Soleá de Utrera: (Fernanda de Utrera voice, Moraíto guitar style)
Soleá de Paquirri: (Pepe de la Matrona voice, Sabicas guitar style)
Soleá de Cádiz: (Pericón de Cádiz voice, Contemporáneo guitar style)
Caña: (Fosforito vocie, Pepe Habichuela guitar style)
The different videos show the guitarist David Leiva interpreting all of the accompaniment styles, chord diagrams, 12 beat cycle so as to follow where we are at each moment and the musical notation with bar numbers so as to be able to refer to the score.
Also includes basic techniques at normal and slow speed: arpeggios, alzapua, thumb, strumming, tremolo, scales, all with 3 audio options: Guitar with percussion, Guitar solo, Percussion.