Juan Serrano - Juan Serrano Plays Popular Music Of Spain And The Old World album flac
Title: Juan Serrano Plays Popular Music Of Spain And The Old World
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Genre: Latin / Classical
Plays Popular Music of Spain and the Old World. Released by Sony Music Oct 2015 10 Tracks.
Juan Serrano Plays Popular Music Of Spain And The Old World (LP, Album).
Juan Serrano's incredible musical execution has been witnessed and enjoyed by millions around the world. Serrano has drawn awe and praise from his audiences, aficionados, critics, and artistic peers. But Juan Serrano is more than just an incredibly gifted guitarist. He is also an exceptional and rare musical resource who can communicate his art on a very personal level unlike other great Spanish guitarists who normally only perform in a strict concert setting where the audience receives little orientation about flamenco from the artist. In addition, Serrano has authored several music books and videos distributed by Mel Bay Publications which instruct guitar players on the origins of flamenco and its techniques. He has also written Flamenco, Body and Soul, a history of flamenco for the aficionado published by the Press at California State University.
Book name: Juan Serrano - Systematic Studies for Flamenco Guitar. Site: sheetmusicplus. Juan Serrano - 07) Fandangos for Guitar (Classical). Arranged for: Guitar (Classical).
1941 (music), 1944 (lyrics). Perdido" was not usually sung with the Ellington band, the exception being Ella Fitzgerald on her 1957 album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Songbook. Many others recorded the song, including Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington, Art Tatum, Quincy Jones, the Charlie Parker Quintet, Dave Brubeck, Charles Mingus, Randy Weston, Erroll Garner, Bill Doggett, and Harry James. Perdido" is Spanish and means lost, but also sloppy or indecent . Basilio Serrano, "Juan Tizol: His talents, his collaborators, his legacy", Centro Journal 18(2): 83–99 (2006).
Hey DJ Juan Serrano & Miguel Lara feat. La Hamaca (Tribal Groove Mix) (Tribal Groove Mix) Kike Serrano & Alex Bailey. Under the Space Danny Serrano & Frankie Dep. 6:17. Carol Jesús Serrano & Fernando Jericó. Esperanza Danny Serrano & Mendo Serrano. We Feel House Music Piek & Danny Serrano. Ghetto Angels (2 Pac vs. The xx) Carlos Serrano & TrapZillas. Mishudi Danny Serrano & Hector Couto. Danny Serrano & Frankie Dep. 8:50.
Juan Serrano was the head professor at Fresno State University when I went there. I regret that I did not attend my guitar lessons more. He was kicking the guitar's ass when he was five. And yes, it is drop D. ManushSF7 лет назад. Actually the zambra style of flamenco is more of the arabic influence but, ofcaurse you hear the greek influence in there. Juan plays a great zambra here. Not an easy style at all to play, with a different tuning to it to begin with. Oh and, yah you could hear some of ravels' bolero in it. TheAGZNZ8 лет назад. He is a real example for other guitarist. He is the best creativity flamenco style in the world .
The selections feature Juan Serrano's usual technical brilliance and capture the vitality, fire and haunting Moorish moods characteristic of flamenco music. All solos are in notation and tablature more. This is a superb collection of 8 original flamenco concert guitar solos and two exciting guitar quartets. The selections feature Juan Serrano's usual technical brilliance and capture the vitality, fire and haunting Moorish moods characteristic of flamenco music. All solos are in notation and tablature.
|A3||Tumba la Layka||3:50|
|A4||Tientos del Querer||4:50|
|A5||Alma de Dios (Cancion Hungara)||4:55|
|B3||Christmas of Spain||3:50|
|B4||Suite Gaditana (Mayor y Menor)||5:50|
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