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amigo

 

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Grisha new Video... 

Ole Grisha!



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 11:09:09
 
ralexander

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

he just keeps getting better!!!
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 11:39:15
 
Escribano

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Beautiful Grisha! Really fantastic tone and killer technique. Crystal clear.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 11:55:47
 
Argaith

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Wow, that's one hell of a Buleria!
Fantastic, thanks for sharing.

A

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 12:38:15
 
tri7/5

 

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Definitely in full flow, effortless playing.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 12:46:48
 
FullMetalGuitarist

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Great as always.And even better.
I actually like the blueish back and side finish.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 13:48:09
 
Kalo

 

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Grisha is AWESOME!!!

Has anyone noticed he NEVER flicks his ras., however, he always gets a powerful sound!!!!

He's playing a negra as well.

UGH, I am starting to really love negra flamenco guitars!

Kalo
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 14:46:15
 
Don Dionisio

 

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

This is an awesome version of Cepa Andaluza.
Grisha is playing a Devoe Blanca that has blue coloring
on the back and sides. I got to play this guitar last weekend when he
did a concert for my guitar society and it is fabulous.
Grisha is one of the best!
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 15:05:15
 
dararith

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to Kalo

Wow. His sound is just super clear as always. You can hear every note play and it's not muddled at all. Thanks for sharing! A wonderful bulerias!

quote:

Grisha is AWESOME!!!

Has anyone noticed he NEVER flicks his ras., however, he always gets a powerful sound!!!!

He's playing a negra as well.

UGH, I am starting to really love negra flamenco guitars!

Kalo


He flicks his rasgueado, definitely...you can even see the tension before it releases and flicks out. He just doesn't bend his thumb like a lot of other people.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 15:29:11
 
Ricardo

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Nice playing, and filming and sound is good too. He does bend and flick several times as normal. It's not always appropriate to do it...too many students learn that flicking and do it for EVERY rasgueado.

His guitar IS cypress, and it sounds a lot better to me than other instruments he used in the past. VEry percussive sounding.

Alzapua in the middle came out 2 beats short. Still sounds cool though. AT least it's not like Tumbona where paco was 3 beats short himself in one falseta.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 15:46:43
 
XXX

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to Ricardo

NIce video. To me this guitar sounds more like a classical though. I mean the trebles mainly.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 16:06:33
 
Kalo

 

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

quote:

quote:

Nice playing, and filming and sound is good too. He does bend and flick several times as normal. It's not always appropriate to do it...too many students learn that flicking and do it for EVERY rasgueado.


GUILTY But I think for me it's because most of the material I've learned from that is what is mainly showned....

quote:

His guitar IS cypress, and it sounds a lot better to me than other instruments he used in the past. VEry percussive sounding.


I thought it was negra because the back looked dark like rosewood...Thanks for carlifying Ricardo

I enjoyed the video! Grish is GREAT!

Kalo
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 16:30:42
 
gbv1158

 

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

S P E T T A C O L A R E !...................simply spectacular!!!!!!!!!!


ciao,
giambattista
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 17:00:11
 
koenie17

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Spectacular!! Does he ever plays with a singer or dancer??

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 18:53:04
 
Ricardo

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to Kalo

quote:

I thought it was negra because the back looked dark like rosewood...Thanks for carlifying


As others pointed out in the thread already, the back and sides are cypress but stained a dark BLUE color. Very odd...and yeah it looks like rosewood at a casual glance. A look in the soundhole reveals the wood is blanca cypress. AT first I thought this guitar was veneered or doublesided, rosewood veneered to cypress back. But in better lighting it was blue!!!

I played it and had a juerga with Grisha just couple years ago. My friend sang and we both played for him, so yeah he has some experience athough his career is strictly solo playing. He was fantastic at improvising in the typical PDL fashion over rumba as well.

Ricardo

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 19:36:29
 
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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Seriously Paco stuff? I can not watch this. He knows that... Why does he do something like that?....

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 19:38:17
 
Kevin James Shanahan

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Brilliant , fantastic movement , really feeling it . Think I'll make a Grisha playlist today that was not enough .

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 19:38:53
 
KMMI77

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Grisha,

Have you ever had a play of a good 70's/80's Conde? The lester de voe sounds beautiful, but i can hear that the response is different. Do you find that it's making playing Paco's material harder than it needs to be?

Man, I would love to see you with a good conde. I know they cost mega bucks but for you it would be worth it. One with a great response, sound and easy playing.As close to paco's favorite as possible. I believe it would make your life a lot easier.

Of coarse keep the lester as well

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 14 2012 23:53:43
 
Grisha

 

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Thanks, friends!

It certainly has been fun playing here in Austin. So many great people here and fine musicians!

Ricardo, it never occurred to me that the alzapua was short; I'll pay more attention to it next time I perform.

Doit, you know I'll have my own compositions one day, meanwhile relax and be patient.

I never really tried the old Condes, I am sure they sound fabulous. When I compose, though, the de Voe I have is all I need or ever want. It's just great!

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 15 2012 2:50:02
 
Ricardo

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to Grisha

quote:

Ricardo, it never occurred to me that the alzapua was short; I'll pay more attention to it next time I perform.


Actually, I just checked it out again, it's not really short any number of notes, it's just that you pushed the tempo way up and then the remate (finally strummed A chord) seemed to be early since you then resume the tempo you had before the alzapua launched. It actually has a lot of drama that way, it's cool. It just stood out to me I guess as the rest of it is pretty razor sharp tempo wise.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 15 2012 9:48:02
 
KMMI77

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to Grisha

quote:

never really tried the old Condes, I am sure they sound fabulous. When I compose, though, the de Voe I have is all I need or ever want. It's just great!


Your guitar really does sound great! So clean and lush.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 15 2012 11:22:45
 
RTC

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to Grisha

Grisha:
Very inspirational!
Awesome.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 16 2012 2:24:05
 
Jw

 

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Thanks Grisha for this.

Very nice playing. Tempo is good. I liked this very much! I would like to say that there could be a little bit more dynamics in basic compás, but this is only one way to look at it. Sometimes it's better to play more straight, but sometimes it could also be more "living". Louder/lower etc.

But anyway, Very nice and amazing playing. Thanks!

t. Jw

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 16 2012 16:12:21
 
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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

At last, Grisha Goryachev comes to Germany.

On November 11 2012 he will perform in Oberhausen, Germany.
His performance probably will contain both classical as (of course) flamenco music.
As Oberhausen is not far from the Netherlands, this concert is also a great opportunity for his Dutch fans to go there.

For more info (in German) http://www.obsaitensprung.de/

Hope to see you there,
Geert.
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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to Doitsujin

quote:

Seriously Paco stuff? I can not watch this. He knows that... Why does he do something like that?....


..............

NEXT!
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ToddK

 

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Ole Grisha! Totally brilliant man, whew.

I love to watch you polish these tunes more and more over the years.

I mean, you always have played them brilliantly, but i can hear you tweaking things, and its neat to watch you do that.

And your stamina is just off the charts. Mindblowing.

Awesome man, Ole'
TK

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 17 2012 4:43:14
 
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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to Doitsujin

quote:

ORIGINAL: Doitsujin

Seriously Paco stuff? I can not watch this. He knows that... Why does he do something like that?....


You tell him Doit. And if he doesn't listen then play one of those Chicuelo falsettas and show him who's boss.
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XXX

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to elroby

quote:

ORIGINAL: elroby

quote:

ORIGINAL: Doitsujin

Seriously Paco stuff? I can not watch this. He knows that... Why does he do something like that?....


You tell him Doit. And if he doesn't listen then play one of those Chicuelo falsettas and show him who's boss.


because guitar playing is about showing others who the boss is

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 17 2012 13:23:13
 
dararith

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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to XXX

quote:


quote:

ORIGINAL: elroby

quote:

ORIGINAL: Doitsujin

Seriously Paco stuff? I can not watch this. He knows that... Why does he do something like that?....


You tell him Doit. And if he doesn't listen then play one of those Chicuelo falsettas and show him who's boss.


because guitar playing is about showing others who the boss is


Especially with playing a falseta that is from somebody else, via Chicuelo or Paco. =P
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 17 2012 13:58:58
 
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RE: Grisha new Video... (in reply to amigo

Oh great! Really nice playing Grisha, seriously you'll be playing Paco's stuff
better than Paco soon.

Of course I have to say - This video is another reason I at times feel like burning
my guitar, and taking up finger painting as a hobby.

Best Regards,
Jeff
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