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!
This image reflects exactly what it takes to be a good musician, doesn't matter how talented he/she is. Efford, proper practice and patience is needed in order to attain a good level as musician. In this, Paco de Lucía is a very good example, he spoke several times how he used to practice 12 hrs during his childhood and teenage. To do that we need to find a good motivation. What is your motivation to practice today?...
B.- Comments, Questions and Answers
QUESTION 1: What is specifically the difference between how Tangos are played nowadays compared to those played before Paco de Lucia came to the flamenco scene?
QUESTION 2: How many categories are there for the Palos (flamenco genres)?
QUESTION 3: Between all the Palos or flamenco styles which ones are the most popular today?
C.- Lessons of the Week
1) Substitute Dominants in Buleria 3
2) Substitute Dominants in Buleria 4
F.-Video Recommendation of the Week
1) Water Stella with a homework video
When a student submits a very well done video with updates of his progress I feel very motivated and happy. This is one example in which Walter did an excellent job as usual. I share it for you all to feel motivated and send your updates...
2) Yan Klapotski playing Thelonious Monk
Yan Klapotski, a young and talented friend playing in duet (with a nice pianist) a nice arrangement of Thelonious Monk