I would like to invite you to be part of this Weekly Magazine by raising questions and giving me suggestions through e-mail so this magazine can become a good material for all flamenco lovers, researchers and musicians. Enjoy it!
Orest Keywan is a good friend of mine and a great sculptor, this is a picture of a wonderful work of his. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
B.-Questions and Answers
QUESTION 1: My mind just keep telling me: "Yes you know that..." but i feel I'm not improving my playing, so what can I do?
QUESTION 2: I am afraid that many of the tabs and partitures of Paco's music are not reliable, at least, that was my experience, can you tell me your opinion on that?
QUESTION 3: Why is it that some people keep playing pieces by Paco that he never played again (besides the one included in his album recording)? Could you please elaborate on that?
QUESTION 4: Which part or parts of a left-handed guitar are different compared to a regular right-handed guitar?
C.-Lesson of the Week
1) Cloning falsetas
D.-Video Recommendation of the Week
1) Paco de Lucía - Monasterio de Sal (Colombianas) 1986
This video is a treasure recently found. Paco was at his highest and he just played perfectly this beautiful piece, improvising and adding amazing stuff harmonically and melodically... He played it even better than in the record. Look how he inserts the phrygian chord at min 1:40, although this piece is on major key he make it become dramatic.
2) Joes Wieggers - Bulerias Cante Accompaniment
Everybody can play flamenco!!! No nationality, creeds, or Spanish laguage needed, just having fun and love for flamenco... Joes is from The Netherlands and he plays amazing!!!