Juan Martin: Play Solo Flamenco Guitar with Juan Martin Vol. 1

Books, CDs and DVDs / Videos | Guitar

Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

Designed as a comprehensive multimedia teaching set, this book, CD, and DVD present 42 solos, progressively graded in 6 levels from absolute beginners to more advanced, to suit players of all levels.

It contains examples of eighteen different palos (rhythmic forms) of flamenco, with a wealth of melodic falsetas and rhythms. The music for all these is accurately written in notation and flamenco tab (cifra) in the book, and is also recorded on the companion CD. The DVD video contains over 57 minutes of solo music, and also includes introduction by Juan Martin and brief scenes of Andalucia today, which help to place this profoundly exciting and deeply felt music in the landscape of its origins.

Juan Martin has succeeded here is showing how even music which is simple and very easy to start with can express the essential sound and emotion of flamenco, to build step by step the skills necessary for the performance of concert solos. Written in English and Spanish.

ISBN: 9780786664580
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 08 March 2002
No of pages: 160
Language: Spanish
Catalogue No: MLB99825SET
 
     
       
         

          Juan Martin: Play Solo Flamenco Guitar with Juan Martin Vol. 1 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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          10 out of 10

          Jerome

          Tenterden GB Classical guitar teacher Tenterden
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          Excellent explanation of the principal terms of flamenco in the intro. Made the rest much easier to use. Good and authentic music.
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          Confirmed purchase: 08 February 2016
          Published on: 22 February 2016

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          5
          Is flamenco guitar the most expressive form of six string playing there is? In my opinion yes,and learning more techniques and phrases can only enhance my guitar playing ability.
          Anonymous - (Milton Keynes, United Kingdom)