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tocaor.andres

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Rondeña 

Any one have some good Rondeña tabs.

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paleto3

 

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RE: Rondeña (in reply to tocaor.andres

If you visit www.moderntoque.com , Ben Barrile and Conrad Adams transcribed "A Luis Habichuela" by Ramón Jiménez about a year ago. It's pretty advanced but it's very nice.

I can't give it away as they need to be paid for their work, but their prices aren't all that bad either. I paid $60 or so for that a 2 others. I think your price would be a lot less.

-Anthony
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Paul Magnussen

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RE: Rondeña (in reply to paleto3

quote:

If you visit www.moderntoque.com , Ben Barrile and Conrad Adams transcribed "A Luis Habichuela" by Ramón Jiménez about a year ago. It's pretty advanced but it's very nice.


I’m a bit late with this reply (like about six years ); but I’ve just been listening to the podcast Nuestro Flamenco of 08 March 2011, wherein they play this rondeña of Ramón Jiménez’s.

It’s just wonderful; I’d got pretty bored with modern Flamenco, to the point where I started working backwards (like: currently listening to Estrellita Castro with Sabicas); but this recording has given me renewed interest.

Escuela madrileña de Caño Roto, eh? Must find out more.

P.S.

Looks as if www.moderntoque.com has gone belly-up

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