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Soleá - Paco Peña - Flamenco Master : Essential Flamenco Recordings (CD) 16.09.2019 16.09.2019 Zulkigal

9 Responses to Soleá - Paco Peña - Flamenco Master : Essential Flamenco Recordings (CD)

  1. JoJocage says:
    Essential Flamenco Recordings. compilation featuring 16 key works from a virtuoso of the Flamenco guitar. A perfect introduction to both the musician himself & the genre in general. Detailed liner notes including comprehensive biographical & musical data. Paco Peсa brings the true spirit of flamenco to audiences all over the world.
  2. Samutilar says:
    Paco Peña is a virtuoso composer and guitarist of flamenco music. Born in Spain in , his discography consists of over 30 albums. Flamenco music is a lively form of song, dance and guitar music associated with Andalusian gypsies of southern Spain/5(31).
  3. Kigasar says:
    Paco Peña discography and songs: Music profile for Paco Peña, born Genres: Flamenco. Albums include Virtuoso, Fragmentos de un Sueño, and Leyenda.
  4. Dout says:
    Jan 24, - Explore uri's board "Flamenco Guitar Masters", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Flamenco, Guitar, Spain culture pins.
  5. Faeramar says:
    Exploring Flamenco from the s. 1 – 50 of 4, Prev; Next.
  6. Dairamar says:
    If you're just interested in Flamenco Guitar, you'd be better off with Paco's double album of that title, as this one includes selections from the Flamenco Mass and from the duet album of South American music with Eduardo Falú. That said, this is a good introduction to Paco 5/5(4).
  7. Samumi says:
    Mantilla y Peina [Guajiras] (LP "Fabulous Flamenco") Arabesca [Zambra] (LP "Flamenco Paco Pena") La Isla [Alegrias De Cordoba] (LP "Flamenco Vivo") Cancion [Petenera] (CD "Azahara") I thought some of you might be interested. If there's anyone reading this who is in the Netherlands, I would love to be sent a copy if you can do it.
  8. Gadal says:
    Paco Peña, a native of Córdoba, is largely responsible for popularizing the flamenco guitar outside of Spain. He began his career with a flamenco dance troupe, but later became a solo tocaor (guitar player), eventually moving to England in the mids and starting a small flamenco craze there that made him quite famous. This two-disc set contains an album of traditional songs and an album.
  9. JoJorg says:
    Trad, Arr. R Sandoval | Trad. Arr. P Peña This track represents the direct combination of a beautiful Venezuelan song with another, equally expressive, from the flamenco chapter known as ‘Songs of Departure and Return’.

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