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ManosqueVuelan

 

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Sabicas' Zambra 

By any chance, does anyone have a good tab for the Zambra Sabicas composed in the album Rock Encounter I've watched a video of someone playing a piece extremely similar to it, here are the video links:
The song itself, Zambra:


And the one Antony played which he claims belongs to Sabicas, which it extremely resembles and I've been dying to play it -


Sorry to be a nuisance to you all, the piece is just amazing. :P
To add: No, I'm not looking for El Castillo Moro, Danza Arabe, Arabe Amenecer.
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Paul Magnussen

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RE: Sabicas' Zambra (in reply to ManosqueVuelan

No replies so far, I see; I think you may be out of luck.

These two pieces sound quite different to me, even ignoring the rock cacophony in the first. I’m unaware of a transcription of either (although I haven’t checked M. Faucher’s latest catalogue).

I see Anthony’s piece is largely in E, and it has some falsetas in common with the Danza Mora on Sabicas Vol. 2 (reissued on La Guitarra Flamenca) and Fantasía árabe on Gypsy Flamenco. Transcriptions for both of these exist; but further than that, you may have to do it yourself.

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ManosqueVuelan

 

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RE: Sabicas' Zambra (in reply to Paul Magnussen

Thanks for your response, Paul. May I ask where would be my best guess to find Danza Mora from Sabicas Vol. 2 in notation or any form of transcription?
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bernd

 

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RE: Sabicas' Zambra (in reply to ManosqueVuelan

The zambras by Sabicas very often contain the same falsetas beside of some new falsetas, mixed in different sequence. The titles change between Zambra, Arabesca, Danza Arabe, Danza Arabesca, Fantasía Arabe, Motivos Arabes or Danza Mora.

Here are some solo trancriptions from Alain Faucher:

1) http://www.affedis.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=102
2) http://www.affedis.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=101

Here a collection of different maestros to this toques:
3) http://www.affedis.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2&products_id=339

Maybe this helps.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 30 2014 16:18:11
 
Paul Magnussen

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RE: Sabicas' Zambra (in reply to ManosqueVuelan

quote:

May I ask where would be my best guess to find Danza Mora from Sabicas Vol. 2 in notation or any form of transcription?


It’s in Alain Faucher’s Danzas Arabes, which you can get from Amazon,

http://www.amazon.com/Danzas-Arabes-Various/dp/B008LURHOS/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1409447207&sr=1-3&keywords=danzas+Arabes

from Frets Only in the UK, or (presumably) direct from M. Faucher at Affedis.

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hando

 

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RE: Sabicas' Zambra (in reply to Paul Magnussen

quote:

It’s in Alain Faucher’s Danzas Arabes, which you can get from Amazon,

http://www.amazon.com/Danzas-Arabes-Various/dp/B008LURHOS/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1409447207&sr=1-3&keywords=danzas+Arabes

from Frets Only in the UK, or (presumably) direct from M. Faucher at Affedis.


Got this a couple weeks ago, it is worth the $$ (like $60 us), lots of fun!
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