Flamenco guitars

  1. More info to to buy: lasonanta.com/flamenco-guitars/nail-care/nontoxic-guitarist-nail-kit

    Finally there is a simple, fast, safe and healthy alternative to using toxic resin or superglue. This kit allows you to take care of diseased, weak, malformed or short nails by attaching and removing artificial, syntetic fingernails. Without ruining your natural nail. Preserving the sound of natural nails. Optimal solution for acoustic, flamenco and classical guitarists, both on metal or nylon strings.

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  2. More info: lasonanta.com/flamenco-guitars/rosewood-negra/jeronimo-perez-flamenco-guitar-negra-no-77-2014
    Rehearsals José Quevedo ‘Bolita’ on the V Flamenco Biënnale.
    Filmed and edited by Felix Vazquez.

    For this new Jerónimo Pérez negra, we selected, in his workshop, his best old aged Brazilian rosewood having spectaculars colours on the back and sides. The spruce for the top is Jeronimo his first grade, perfectly quarter-sawn, old aged German spruce loaded with the essential cross silk grain patterns enabling the top to project that crispy wooden sound. She has a very loud, penetrating sound with very strong basses and very powerful trebles. A top level true flamenco negra. No wonder Jeronimo his guitars are played by maestros such as Antonio Rey, Paco Cepero, Jesús Guerrero and Antonio Moya.

    Born in Algodonales, a small village in the mountains of Cadiz in 1978, Jerónimo Pérez started working at a very young age as a cabinetmaker, carpenter in his father's workshop. His passion for music, his love for flamenco and devotion to true craftsmanship led him to building guitars taking up all his time now. Due to his careful and dedicated construction along with his marvelous sound, the aesthetic and musical balance of his instruments and his own merits, Jeronimo Perez has become one of the most promising flamenco guitar makers in very short time.

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  3. To order: lasonanta.eu/en/flamenco-clases-de-guitarra-dvd-partituras/paco-de-lucia-documentary-la-busqueda-dvd-cd.html

    Documentary film directed by Curro Sánchez, son of the late Paco de Lucía. Filmed over three years in Madrid, Algeciras, Las Vegas and New York, the documentary begins at Paco his home in Mallorca, where Paco leaves, guitar in hand, on a new tour. From there the documentary shows past and present. First we attended the artistic and historical evolution of Paco de Lucia, secondly at different times in their last tours.
    Along with Paco de Lucía, in this documentary, appear essential characters of music, such as Carlos Santana, Alejandro Sanz, John McLaughlin, Estrella Morente, Pepe de Lucia, Chick Corea, Rubén Blades, Carles Benavent and Jorge Pardo.

    Time 01:29:56
    Director: Curro Sanchez Varela
    Audio Options: Stereo and 5.1. Zone 0 (Multi).
    Subtitles: English

    CD 1
    01. Guajira Flamenca
    02. Anda Jaleo
    03. Ímpetu
    04. Panaderos Flamencos
    05. Aires De Linares
    06. Y Tú No Me Respondías
    07. Malagueña De Lecuona
    08. Rumba Improvisada
    09. Entre Dos Aguas
    10. Fuente Y Caudal
    11. Plaza Alta
    12. Monasterio De Sal
    13. Solo Quiero Caminar
    14. La Barrosa
    15. Como El Agua
    16. En Tu Puerta Da La Luna
    17. Tres Luceros

    CD 2
    01. Mi Niño Curro
    02. Casilda
    03. Tío Sabas
    04. Zyryab
    05. Canción Del Fuego Fatuo
    06. Buana Buana King Kong
    07. Luzia
    08. María De La O
    09. Te He De Querer Mientras Viva
    10. Ojos Verdes
    11. Moraito Siempre
    12. Vámonos

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  4. lasonanta.eu/en/paco-de-lucia-tocando-a-camaron-book-cd.html

    108 pages. Score book.
    Tablature and standard notation. It includes CD. Introductory text in French

    The five albums recorded by Camaron with Paco de Lucía were a revolution in flamenco guitar and even today, they are the most important reference for modern guitarists.
    This book brings you all the “falsetas” of these albums.

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  5. lasonanta.eu/en/diego-del-gastor-flamenco-guitar-tabs-cd.html

    Any flamenco guitarist, when studying flamenco guitar, sooner or later, will be learning the works of Diego del Gastor. In 2008 it was 100 years ago that this humble guitar meastro was born on Sunday March 15th 1908 in Arriate near Ronda in southern Spain. Humble since he had few personal possessions. His only wealth was his personality and his music. At a very young age his family moved to El Gastor in Cádiz, the village from which he received his stage name. Here in El Gastor a monument is dedicated to the flamenco guitarist Diego del Gastor. When Diego was six years old, they moved again to Morón de la Frontera where is remebered by and rewarded with a statue. Diego del Gastor is considered as one of the great masters of his era. It is not for nothing that great artists such as Antonio Mairena, Juan Talega, Juan Peña 'El Lebrijano', Perrate, Manuel Vallejo, Fernanda and Bernarda de Utrera competed for the honour of being accompanied by him. Diego is known and remembered as the founder of the "toque" school of Morón (Seville). Diego had a very expressive 'cuerda pelá' style, monodic flamenco guitar playing using the thumb and picado technique. Diego was awarded with international fame by the American author D.E. Pohren, founder the Centro de Estudio del Flamenco, where Diego taught for the remainder of his life. Diego became an inspiration for thousands of guitar players around the world. Diego del Gastor was outstanding in accompanying cantes a compás. He developed a completely different manner of playing the guitar, he improvised when accompanying flamenco singing in such a way he not only reached the audience, but also the cantaores (flamenco singers) themselves, whom he motivated with the strong emotions that he was able to transmit. The Morón gitanos were affectionate, humourous, but never sentimental. They would rather express themselves than talk about themselves. They were theatrical and natural actors in the way they talked and performed Flamenco. Diego del Gastor died on July 7th in 1973.

    64 pages
    88 audio files on CD and translated in standard music notation and tabs
    Language: Spanish

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Students that are not familiar with music theory and flamenco styles, are better off taking flamenco guitar lessons step-by-step prior to go to Spain.…


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Welcome to lasonanta.eu the flamenco music company, run with passion, by musicians for musicians.

Students that are not familiar with music theory and flamenco styles, are better off taking flamenco guitar lessons step-by-step prior to go to Spain. That is why La Sonanta offers you free lessons and free tabs. To enjoy our free flamenco guitar lessons and to download the free tabs, please visit lasonanta.eu/en/news/Free-Flamenco-Guitar-Lessons-Tabs. Once techniques such as the rasgueado are mastered, it can be one of the most impressive parts of your flamenco guitar music. When being serious about learning to play, one of the first steps to do is to buy a flamenco guitar. This can be quite a challenge not having an idea what to look for. Therefore we have publish an online flamenco guitar library and forum flamenco-guitars.com to support you in this decision process. This flamenco guitar library offers you an extended source of information about flamenco guitars, historical backgrounds, flamenco guitar music, the luthiers, how to care for your guitar, premium guitar woods, maestro flamenco guitarists, instructions and many more. The truly, outstanding flamenco guitar makers are located in small workshops where they built entirely by hand. The luthier Antonio Torres was the first who began to differentiate between a flamenco and a classical, leading flamenco guitar makers to built flamenco guitars that respond instantly and have lesser sustain. Flamenco guitar makers use thinner soundboards, bottom and sides compared to a classical, making the flamenco guitar very lightweight. For more information, please visit lasonanta.eu/en/flamenco-guitarreros-artesanos. For your strings, la Sonanta recommends to use high tension strings for the basses and medium tension flamenco guitar strings for the trebles. The lower the tension of your strings, the easier to play but the lesser percussive. The higher the tension of your flamenco guitar strings the harder it will be to play, for more information, please visit lasonanta.eu/en/flamenco_guitar_strings. No matter how technically refined, consider flamenco guitar music as accompaniment for singing rather than technique. Feel free to visit lasonanta.eu and our lessons to find out how we can help you to get the best out of your music as described on lasonanta.eu/en/flamenco_guitar_music.

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