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Maestros clasicos de la guitarra flamenca Vol.4A : Manolo Sanlucar by Claude Worms. For flamenco guitar. Classical. Score. 99 pages. Published by Editions Combre (LM.C06702).
$58.95

Pages: 99
Instruments: Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar, Flamenco Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Classical, Flamenco, Latin
Maestros clasicos de la guitarra flamenca Vol.4B : Manolo Sanlucar by Claude Worms. For flamenco guitar. Classical. Score. 101 pages. Published by Editions Combre (LM.C06703).
$58.95

Pages: 101
Instruments: Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar, Flamenco Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Classical, Flamenco, Latin
Rafael Riqueni - Alcazar de Cristal, Volume 3 by Rafael Riqueni. Edited by Enrique Vargas. For Guitar (Classical). Solos. The Great Flamenco Guitars of Today Library. Flamenco. Intermediate. Book. 176 pages. Published by RGB Arte Visual (MB.0801224255). ISBN 9790801224255. Flamenco. 8x11.75 inches. The three books of the CD "Alcazar de cristal" are a new addition to Enrique Vargas's "The Great Flamenco Guitarists of Today Library" collection. "Alcazar de cristal," the latest work by Rafael Riqueni, is extremely interesting for a variety of reasons. First, there is the wide palette of influences found in the work, from baroque to Spanish musical nationalism, and from jazz to nineteenth-century romanticism - all of which Rafael implements within an unmistakably flamenco musical idiom. Second, there is the complexity of the arrangements, which sometimes include three guitars, a string section, piano, etc... Since there is practically no flamenco literature for more than one guitar, great effort has been made to include these arrangements in the transcriptions, which can be used in both professional settings and for didactic purposes. All the parts where there are more than one guitar have been transcribed in their entirety, making these scores ideal for duets or trios. This opens up some very interesting possibilities for professional flamenco groups or for students who prefer to play with another guitarist. For example, musicians who work in dance companies or who accompany singers can use various falsetas from this album that are arranged for more than one guitar. Flamenco guitar students can also interpret these pieces to learn to play with other musicians. Finally, this work includes a series of pieces that don't come from the world of pure flamenco, and therefore don't demand a deep knowledge of flamenco forms and techniques, which makes them accessible to guitarists of other styles - classical, jazz, Brazilian, etc. - interested in the flamenco guitar, making these pieces a sort of link between the flamenco guitar and other genres. Each transcription includes the following: 1. A history of the form 2. Scales, chords, and flamenco tonalities 3. Compas, palmas and foot-tapping patterns, which, though indispensable for understanding flamenco rhythms, are rarely analyzed in publications about flamenco. 4. Analysis of the most difficult falsetas with explanations and suggestions on their technical execution. In addition, each book includes 1. A list of basic rasgueados 2. A glossary of flamenco terminology 3. The symbols used in flamenco writing Since altogether this work is over 600 pages long, it is presented in three books in order to make it possible to use. This is the habitual format for transcriptions in "The Great Flamenco Guitarists of Today Library" series, since contemporary flamenco pieces are much longer than they used to be in the past and often include more than one guitar. Enrique Vargas transcribes all the additional guitars, which obviously makes the musical text much longer. In addition, the commentaries, suggestions, and analysis sections make each book a mini-manual of flamenco in general, and the style of each artist in particular.
$54.95

Pages: 176
Instruments: Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Flamenco, Latin
Pepe Habichuela - Yerbaguena, Volume 1 by Pepe Habichuela. Edited by Enrique Vargas. For Guitar (Classical). Solos. The Great Flamenco Guitars of Today Library. Flamenco. Intermediate. Book. 196 pages. Published by RGB Arte Visual (MB.0801224279). ISBN 9790801224279. Flamenco. 8.25x11.5 inches. At last, the long-awaited transcription of the historic CD Yerbaguena by Pepe Habichuela has been released as an addition to maestro Enrique Vargas' "Great Flamenco Guitars of Today Library". This two-volume edition, as all others within this Library, carries a hand-written exclusive authorization by the author of the music. Yerbaguena is considered historic for the following reasons: one, it is the first album that fuses Gypsy flamenco with the music of India, the homeland of the Roma (Gypsies). The ease with which Habichuela's guitar blends with the colorful Indian melodies of the Bollywood Strings, full of microtones and oriental embellishments is truly astonishing. Two, this work is a fruit of the combined effort of four different members of this outstanding flamenco family, the Carmona: maestro Pepe Habichuela; his son Josemi, himself a great guitarist, composer, arranger and producer; Juan Carmona, guitar virtuoso and also a great composer; and, last but not least, Antonio Carmona, an extraordinary percussionist. The music on Yerbaguena exudes the joy of living, pure and sincere as the ancestral wisdom of the Gypsy, who, through the thousands of years and miles preserved their soul and their art. The transcription of "Yerbaguena" was complicated by the abundance of Indian instruments, two and sometimes three guitar tracks, singing, etc.. Surprisingly, maestro Vargas not only transcribed all the guitar tracks, but also arranged the most important parts played by the Bollywood Strings, the oud and the mandola for the second guitar. As a result, this work offers flamenco material for solo guitar as well as duos and trios. No need to say, flamenco pieces for more that one guitar have been virtually non-existent on the chart market. It should be added that all the tunes from Yerbaguena are perfectly playable on a solo guitar. As in all of his books, Enrique Vargas offers detailed explanations on the forms included on Yerbaguena, foot marking, tonalities, the basics of the harmonic and melodic language of each form as well as the analysis of the most difficult compas, falsetas and technical aspects of the artist's style. This turns each book into a mini-manual of flamenco in general and the personal style of each guitarist in particular. UK product number 801224279.
$54.95

Pages: 196
Instruments: Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Flamenco, Latin
Rafael Riqueni - Alcazar de Cristal, Volume 2 by Rafael Riqueni. Edited by Enrique Vargas. For Guitar (Classical). Solos. The Great Flamenco Guitars of Today Library. Flamenco. Intermediate. Book. 176 pages. Published by RGB Arte Visual (MB.0801224248). ISBN 9790801224248. Flamenco. 8.x11.75 inches. The three books of the CD "Alcazar de cristal!" are a new addition to Enrique Vargas' "The Great Flamenco Guitarists of Today Library" collection. "Alcazar de cristal," the latest work by Rafael Riqueni, is extremely interesting for a variety of reasons. First, there is the wide palette of influences found in the work, from baroque to Spanish musical nationalism, and from jazz to nineteenth-century romanticism - all of which Rafael implements within an unmistakably flamenco musical idiom. Second, there is the complexity of the arrangements, which sometimes include three guitars, a string section, piano, etc... Since there is practically no flamenco literature for more than one guitar, great effort has been made to include these arrangements in the transcriptions, which can be used in both professional settings and for didactic purposes. All the parts where there are more than one guitar have been transcribed in their entirety, making these scores ideal for duets or trios. This opens up some very interesting possibilities for professional flamenco groups or for students who prefer to play with another guitarist. For example, musicians who work in dance companies or who accompany singers can use various falsetas from this album that are arranged for more than one guitar. Flamenco guitar students can also interpret these pieces to learn to play with other musicians. Finally, this work includes a series of pieces that don't come from the world of pure flamenco, and therefore don't demand a deep knowledge of flamenco forms and techniques, which makes them accessible to guitarists of other styles - classical, jazz, Brazilian, etc. - interested in the flamenco guitar, making these pieces a sort of link between the flamenco guitar and other genres. Each transcription includes the following: 1. A history of the form 2. Scales, chords, and flamenco tonalities 3. Compas, palmas and foot-tapping patterns, which, though indispensable for understanding flamenco rhythms, are rarely analyzed in publications about flamenco. 4. Analysis of the most difficult falsetas with explanations and suggestions on their technical execution. In addition, each book includes 1. A list of basic rasgueados 2. A glossary of flamenco terminology 3. The symbols used in flamenco writing Since altogether this work is over 600 pages long, it is presented in three books in order to make it possible to use. This is the habitual format for transcriptions in "The Great Flamenco Guitarists of Today Library" series, since contemporary flamenco pieces are much longer than they used to be in the past and often include more than one guitar. Enrique Vargas transcribes all the additional guitars, which obviously makes the musical text much longer. In addition, the commentaries, suggestions, and analysis sections make each book a mini-manual of flamenco in general, and the style of each artist in particular.
$54.95

Pages: 176
Instruments: Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Flamenco, Latin
Jose Jimenez - El Viejin, Volume 3 by Jose Jimenez. For Guitar (Classical). Solos. The Great Flamenco Guitars of Today Library. Flamenco. Intermediate. Book. 183 pages. Published by RGB Arte Visual (MB.0801224224). ISBN 9790801224224. Flamenco. 8.x11.75 inches. The transcription of Jose Jimenez El Viejin's album "Algo que decir" is the first work published by the founder of the sophisticated and mysterious "Cano Roto" style of guitar. This musically and technically complex style is unique to the gypsy neighborhood Cano Roto in Madrid, where the highest concentration of flamenco guitarists in the world can be found. This album was awarded the "Discovery of the Year 1.999" prize by the Spanish Press Association. The album features such artists as guitar maestro Paco de Lucia, Montse Cortes, Carles Benavent, Antonio Canales, Ramon el Portugues, Bernardo Parrilla and Luki Losada. The work is divided into three volumes due to the magnitude of the musical text , and due to the number of explanations of the palos and falsetas that go with the sheet music for each piece. For the first time, the guitar accompaniment to the singing has been transcribed completely, As have the parts where there is more than one guitar. In the "Comments and Suggestions" chapters, the tunings used in each piece are explained in detail, as are the flamenco scales and chord progressions found in each tonality. In addition, the clapping and foot-tapping patterns are described in detail. These aspects, not often explored in the flamenco literature, are essential to correctly keeping the compas. ! In the "Analysis" part, El Viejin's techniques and his interpretation of each palo are explained falseta by falseta.
$54.95

Pages: 183
Instruments: Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Flamenco, Latin
Jose Jimenez - El Viejin, Volume 2 by Jose Jimenez. For Guitar (Classical). Solos. The Great Flamenco Guitars of Today Library. Flamenco. Intermediate. Book. 224 pages. Published by RGB Arte Visual (MB.0801224217). ISBN 9790801224217. Flamenco. 8.x11.75 inches. The transcription of Jose Jimenez El Viejin's album "Algo que decir" is the first work published by the founder of the sophisticated and mysterious "Cano Roto" style of guitar. This musically and technically complex style is unique to the gypsy neighborhood Cano Roto in Madrid, where the highest concentration of flamenco guitarists in the world can be found. This album was awarded the "Discovery of the Year 1.999" prize by the Spanish Press Association. The album features such artists as guitar maestro Paco de Lucia, Montse Cortes, Carles Benavent, Antonio Canales, Ramon el Portugues, Bernardo Parrilla and Luki Losada. The work is divided into three volumes due to the magnitude of the musical text , and due to the number of explanations of the palos and falsetas that go with the sheet music for each piece. For the first time, the guitar accompaniment to the singing has been transcribed completely, As have the parts where there is more than one guitar. In the "Comments and Suggestions" chapters, the tunings used in each piece are explained in detail, as are the flamenco scales and chord progressions found in each tonality. In addition, the clapping and foot-tapping patterns are described in detail. These aspects, not often explored in the flamenco literature, are essential to correctly keeping the compas. In the "Analysis" part, El Viejin's techniques and his interpretation of each palo are explained falseta by falseta.
$54.95

Pages: 224
Instruments: Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Flamenco, Latin
Rafael Riqueni - Alcazar de Cristal, Volume 1 by Rafael Riqueni. Edited by Enrique Vargas. For Guitar (Classical). Solos. The Great Flamenco Guitars of Today Library. Flamenco. Intermediate. Book. 246 pages. Published by RGB Arte Visual (MB.0801224231). ISBN 9790801224231. Flamenco. 8.x11.75 inches. The three books of the CD !Alcazar de cristal! are a new addition to Enrique Vargas' "The Great Flamenco Guitarists of Today Library" collection. "Alcazar de cristal," the latest work by Rafael Riqueni, is extremely interesting for a variety of reasons. First, there is the wide palette of influences found in the work, from baroque to Spanish musical nationalism, and from jazz to nineteenth-century romanticism - all of which Rafael implements within an unmistakably flamenco musical idiom. Second, there is the complexity of the arrangements, which sometimes include three guitars, a string section, piano, etc... Since there is practically no flamenco literature for more than one guitar, great effort has been made to include these arrangements in the transcriptions, which can be used in both professional settings and for didactic purposes. All the parts where there are more than one guitar have been transcribed in their entirety, making these scores ideal for duets or trios. This opens up some very interesting possibilities for professional flamenco groups or for students who prefer to play with another guitarist. For example, musicians who work in dance companies or who accompany singers can use various falsetas from this album that are arranged for more than one guitar. Flamenco guitar students can also interpret these pieces to learn to play with other musicians. Finally, this work includes a series of pieces that don't come from the world of pure flamenco, and therefore don't demand a deep knowledge of flamenco forms and techniques, which makes them accessible to guitarists of other styles - classical, jazz, Brazilian, etc. - interested in the flamenco guitar, making these pieces a sort of link between the flamenco guitar and other genres. Each transcription includes the following: 1. A history of the form 2. Scales, chords, and flamenco tonalities 3. Compas, palmas and foot-tapping patterns, which, though indispensable for under-standing flamenco rhythms, are rarely analyzed in publications about flamenco. 4. Analysis of the most difficult falsetas with explanations and suggestions on their techni-cal execution. In addition, each book includes 1. A list of basic rasgueados 2. A glossary of flamenco terminology 3. The symbols used in flamenco writing Since altogether this work is over 600 pages long, it is presented in three books in order to make it possible to use. This is the habitual format for transcriptions in "The Great Flamenco Guitarists of Today Library" series, since contemporary flamenco pieces are much longer than they used to be in the past and often include more than one guitar. Enrique Vargas transcribes all the additional guitars, which obviously makes the musical text much longer. In addition, the commentaries, suggestions, and analysis sections make each book a mini-manual of flamenco in general, and the style of each artist in particular.
$54.95

Pages: 246
Instruments: Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Flamenco, Latin
Pepe Habichuela - Yerbaguena, Volume 2 by Pepe Habichuela. Edited by Enrique Vargas. For Guitar (Classical). Solos. The Great Flamenco Guitars of Today Library. Flamenco. Intermediate. Book. 286 pages. Published by RGB Arte Visual (MB.0801224286). ISBN 9790801224286. Flamenco. 8.25x11.5 inches. At last, the long-awaited transcription of the historic CD Yerbaguena by Pepe Habichuela has been released as an addition to maestro Enrique Vargas' "Great Flamenco Guitars of Today Library". This two-volume edition, as all others within this Library, carries a hand-written exclusive authorization by the author of the music. Yerbaguena is considered historic for the following reasons: one, it is the first album that fuses Gypsy flamenco with the music of India, the homeland of the Roma (Gypsies). The ease with which Habichuela's guitar blends with the colorful Indian melodies of the Bollywood Strings, full of microtones and oriental embellishments is truly astonishing. Two, this work is a fruit of the combined effort of four different members of this outstanding flamenco fam-ily, the Carmona: maestro Pepe Habichuela; his son Josemi, himself a great guitarist, composer, arranger and producer; Juan Carmona, guitar virtuoso and also a great composer; and, last but not least, Antonio Carmona, an extraordinary percussionist. The music on Yerbaguena exudes the joy of living, pure and sincere as the ancestral wisdom of the Gypsy, who, through the thousands of years and miles preserved their soul and their art. The transcription of "Yerbaguena" was complicated by the abundance of Indian instruments, two and sometimes three guitar tracks, singing, etc.. Surprisingly, maestro Vargas not only transcribed all the guitar tracks, but also arranged the most important parts played by the Bollywood Strings, the oud and the mandola for the second guitar. As a result, this work offers flamenco material for solo guitar as well as duos and trios. No need to say, flamenco pieces for more that one guitar have been virtually non-existent on the chart market. It should be added that all the tunes from Yerbaguena are perfectly playable on a solo guitar. As in all of his books, Enrique Vargas offers detailed explanations on the forms included on Yerbaguena, foot marking, tonalities, the basics of the harmonic and melodic language of each form as well as the analysis of the most difficult compas, falsetas and technical aspects of the artist's style. This turns each book into a mini-manuel of flamenco in general and the personal style of each guitarist in particular.
$54.95

Pages: 286
Instruments: Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Flamenco, Latin
El Arte Flamenco De La Guitarra by Juan Martin. For Guitar. Book and CD. Published by United Music Publishers (PR.564029030). ISBN 086359932X.
$53.95

Instruments: Flamenco Guitar, Guitar
Genres: Flamenco, Latin