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gerundino63

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Latin American guitar solo music 

Hi all,

In wintertime I like to take a side stap from flamenco.
Playing and learning something different is sometimes very refreshing for me.

I learned this tune, it is not too difficult and sounds very nice to my ears.

What I would like to ask you:
Do you know other songs like this?






For whom like to have the tabs.....
Enjoy!

http://www.guitarnick.com/divagando-choros-semenzato-guitar-tablature.html


Peter.

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Castelat

 

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

South-American Waltz

not really a solo, but i think this one is pretty good.



Thanks for the tabs!

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Castelat

 

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Images of the central mountains in South-America.



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Castelat

 

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Latin tangos



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Richard Jernigan

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Thanks, gerundino63 and Castelat! Beautiful stuff.

RNJ
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Leñador

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Great job Gerundino!

This guys got a lot of very cool sur america stuff and he's a member here, he did a video with Ramzi not too long ago.



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mark74

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

when i get some time ill post some bachata

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Ruphus

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Yes; beautiful!

My cousin plays this kind of music organically.
He had mates from Ecuador in the Russian boarding school, one of whom influenced his guitar playing ( though he won´t really admit ).
But I suspect the didactical merits to be with that friend, and my cousin´s wonderfully relaxed right hand to originate from there. They filled some pro sounding tapes just for fun in the Seventies.
Antonio, the Ecuadorian player and a gynocologist, grounded family with a beautiful Russian lady and in early Nineties took them to Madrid where he opened a flourishing restaurant in which I suppose he will still be longing for the guitar from time to time.

Some blessed folks just play so seamlessly with almost no practising.

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gerundino63

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Thanks for all the tips guys!

A little side note...
It is not me playing on the video.

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aeolus

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to Leñador

quote:

Great job Gerundino!

This guys got a lot of very cool sur america stuff and he's a member here, he did a video with Ramzi not too long ago.

I have seen his technique videos but this is the first playing a piece and it's apparent his exercises have paid off. Impressive!
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pink

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

quote:

ORIGINAL: gerundino63

Hi all,

In wintertime I like to take a side stap from flamenco.
Playing and learning something different is sometimes very refreshing for me.

I learned this tune, it is not too difficult and sounds very nice to my ears.

What I would like to ask you:
Do you know other songs like this?






For whom like to have the tabs.....
Enjoy!

http://www.guitarnick.com/divagando-choros-semenzato-guitar-tablature.html


Peter.




Peter.....you have made me smile! Thank you ,most welcome after a full-on day at work.
I love this stuff and wish I had the talent to attempt it ....same for me with the flamenco guitar!!

Best

pink
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pink

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to Castelat

quote:

ORIGINAL: Castelat

South-American Waltz

not really a solo, but i think this one is pretty good.



Thanks for the tabs!



Brilliant!!
Now I'm starting to giggle!!
Fantastic,wonderful piece,wonderful share ..... Thank you too!!

Best

pink
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tele

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to pink

Cool stuff, a kind of middle between flamenco and (boring) classical music.
Columbian, brazilian and mexican guitarists are the best nylon string guitar players after the spanish I think and they got some really good stuff. I also like "non flamenco" rumbas, oscar lopez for example altough his pieces often sound alike.

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mark74

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

I was just checking out some Oscar Lopez and I can't distinguish between this and Armik...I would consider both American Rumba Flamenca



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tele

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to mark74

armik is iranian and oscar is chilean, why is called american rumba flamenca and is it a real "genre"?

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El Kiko

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

then the way to go is with Laurindo Almedia .. from Brazil .. great jazz with Bud Shanks ..in the L.A.4. check out ..plenty of stuff on you tube ....Classical guitarist , ..then jazz and or course his nationality of Brazil comming in ...
and pay attention to the intro guy ..'' almost any teenager ....maltreatment of the guitar'' .... is that you ?



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guitarbuddha

 

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to El Kiko

quote:

ORIGINAL: El Kiko

then the way to go is with Laurindo Almedia .. from Brazil .


The Americans loved Laurindo Almedia, they also loved Charlie Byrd.

I love neither.

We have talked a lot about Baden Powell and I keep trying to get people into Garoto. But Luiz Bonfa was the man for a while and unlike Almieda, respected in Brazil and unerringly musical.







Venezuelan Antonio Lauro is the guy for guitar Waltzes. David Russel does a good job of Lauro


Nice thread and nice playing by the way Gerundino.


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Leñador

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

quote:

I can't distinguish between this and Armik..


Neither can I, they both play elevator rumba. Lol

Nice finds Kiko & Buddha!!

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mark74

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to tele

no, but that kind of rumba is what you may hear in supermarkets and even elevators( as Lenador says). Its the kind of thing that is on light jazz radio stations and there are a number of American guitarists (or at least guitarists that live and record here) who record in that style

I distinguish it from the Spanish and French stuff, because the production tends to use a lot Latin American instruments and synthesizers, where the European ones sound more simple and elegant

Examples lik Ottmart Liebert, Armik, Strunz and Farah etc they come from other places, but the record in the U.S and Canada

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Castelat

 

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Thanks for sharing!



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Castelat

 

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

I'm thinking about opening a traditional Latin american thread on the off-topic section, I have a lot of material with singing to share.



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Leñador

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

quote:

I'm thinking about opening a traditional Latin american thread on the off-topic section, I have a lot of material with singing to share.


Now you're speaking my language Castelat, I love it.



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guitarbuddha

 

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to Leñador

Nice Falu Lenador.

Fascinating actually, how does he keep our attention with nothing but sheer willpower ?

Anyway standing up for America for a change. Brasil doesn't really do rumba so here are some Americans doing a real good and respectful job (with the exception of the clarinet bending a bit much) of some choro'.



Here is a link to a choro fakebook for anyone who is interested. A great reading workout for duets (take turns each with melody and comping). Cut and past to browser, opens with Adobe Acrobat



http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CDUQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fmusicishealing.com%2FBateria%2FPagode%2FLibrary%2FChoroFakebook.pdf&ei=iMe-Usb0OYKrhQfF-YC4Dg&usg=AFQjCNH6qZYfrmsOVL06iLTwuQ4zT6qZPg&sig2=NmHeyZZPq5dR6JjhwL3pBw&bvm=bv.58187178,d.ZG4



I love choro but it is way more codBach than codFlamenco.
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burnsbyrne

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Sorry, I don't know how to embed the video. This is a good piece if slowed down to human speed!
Mike

http://youtu.be/5InE56aMH-s
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britguy

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

quote:

It is not me playing on the video.


Ah, too bad Peter.

And I thought I was watching YOU...

Whoever it is, he plays very nice classical guitar. . .

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Miguel de Maria

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Peter,
I found that solo choro guitar music was a nice thing as well--tuneful and complex enough but not overly virtuosic to give you RSI just to learn it! Some names to check out: Joao Pernambuco, Dilermando Reis. Ernesto Nazareth (Odeon) a pianist you could possibly transcribe to guitar, and Villa Lobos' Suite Popular has some excellent examples that aren't all that hard to play.

Moving on to Argentina, check out Victor Villandangos' Naxos recordings. Great playing and you will find some things to try.

Lauro wrote a bunch of great Venezuelan Valses, and they are approachable if not easy to play up to tempo. (For example, Natalia)

El Diablo Suelto by Heraclio Fernandez is hard, but sounds cool!

I like this whole genre. It's a nice compromise for interest, challenge, yet a more universal appeal for more audiences. You can also show up with a percussionist and, viola!, a duo! I wish more flamencos would put together some rumbas in this way.

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guitarbuddha

 

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to Miguel de Maria

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ORIGINAL: Miguel de Maria

Peter,
I found that solo choro guitar music was a nice thing as well--tuneful and complex enough but not overly virtuosic to give you RSI just to learn it! Some names to check out: Joao Pernambuco, Dilermando Reis. Ernesto Nazareth (Odeon) a pianist you could possibly transcribe to guitar, and Villa Lobos' Suite Popular has some excellent examples that aren't all that hard to play.




Yeah why not check them out indeed on the pdf I linked to where they are all represented in abundance.

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gerundino63

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

Thanks a lot guys!

A whole new world is opening up for me.

@guitarbudda, thanks a lot for the book!

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Castelat

 

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to gerundino63

I've created a Latin traditional music in off topic section, visit if you're interested.

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RE: Latin American guitar solo music (in reply to Miguel de Maria

There are many guitar versions of Odeon - I like Raphael Rabello's where he mixes in ideas from granainas (from around the time he was jamming with Paco). I played this for an exam last year, and had to transcribe it so I could give a score to the examiners. If anyone is interested it's on my blog in gpx and pdf format:
http://guitarsketches.com/odeon/

I haven't had time to put in much fingering detail but hopefully it's clear enough.

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