September 13th to 15th, 2018 Double Workshop in Malaga
Strumings & Comping + Harmony 2 & Patterns / Paco de Lucia´s Style.
The original Paco de Lucía Sextet
In 1984 Paco de Lucía started his revolutionary project with his original sextet. It was a very avangard concept, nobody had ever done such a thing and it was questioned by the most conservative (including his own father) and loved by others. The fact is that this was the consolidation of the transformation of flamenco that he started several years before. It's a historic moment. Below you can see 2 pictures of the original sextet (after, it became a septet when Paco included a dancer).
From left to right: Ramon de Algeciras (Paco's elder brother - guitar), Ruben Dantas (cajon and percussions), Carlos Benavent (bass), Jorge Pardo (Flute and Sax), Paco de Lucía and Pepe de Lucía (Paco's borther - singer).
From left to right: Ramon de Algeciras (Paco's elder brother - guitar), Jorge Pardo (Flute and Sax), Carlos Benavent (bass), Paco de Lucía, Pepe de Lucía (Paco's borther - singer) and Ruben Dantas (cajon and percussions).
Phraseology and delivery are there if first you own the language of flamenco harmony
Step one: Learn the structure of the piece
Motivation (1) why it is such a big deal ?
Buleria dance variation by Joni "El Remache"
The most amazing buleria dance variation I've ever seen (and I have seen a lot) by Joni "El Remache", an excellent young dancer. This happened in a family party. Enjoy!