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keith

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The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine 

I found the magazine, Classical Guitar, at Barnes and Noble tucked in between the usual guitar magazines found at the store. I browsed it for a few minutes There is an article about "the next Paco" that is interesting The magazine is definitely oriented to classical guitarists but there seems to be some consideration to flamenco. Here is the link if anyone wants to do an electronic reading. By the way, the magazine costs $10.

The article about the next Paco is in the Spring 2015 edition--the one with Sharon Isbin on the cover.


http://classicalguitarmagazine.com/
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tele

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to keith

Next paco sounds like a marketing strategy

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aloysius

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to keith

hmm ... the author's best candidates for the next Paco are Dani de Moron and Miguel Angel Cortes - both great players for sure - but holding them up with no mention of Diego del Morao or Antonio Rey?

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BarkellWH

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to keith

In my opinion, talk of who will be the "Next Paco" is faintly ridiculous and borderline absurd. There will not be a "Next Paco," anymore than a young Paco was the "Next Sabicas," or a young Sabicas the "Next Nino Ricardo," etc., ad infinitum. There no doubt eventually will emerge someone of prodigious talent who will be considered the dominant flamenco guitarist of his era, but he will do so based on his own playing style and technique. His playing style and technique will have developed from a base of those, including Paco, who have gone before him, but he will be judged and considered on the merits of his own playing style and technique, not how he compares with Paco or anyone else.

Bill

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Rmn

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to aloysius

I agree with BarkellWH.

Nowdays those craftmanships are rare, like how before people were building pyramids, nowdays there is no such drive anymore. kids have iphones, tvs, facebook
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Rmn

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to keith

The only person that is close to Paco is El Viejin, in terms of compositions, ideas, techniques. basically in all. neither vicente or cañizares get get close to viejin
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Leñador

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to keith

Paco changed the game, no guitarist right now is going to change the game. I kinda hope nobody ever does to be honest, I don't think my brain could handle it lol.

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kikkoman

 

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to Rmn

quote:

ORIGINAL: Rmn

The only person that is close to Paco is El Viejin, in terms of compositions, ideas, techniques. basically in all. neither vicente or cañizares get get close to viejin



huh that's the first time i've heard of antonio rey copying material. are there any sources or examples?
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Ruphus

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to keith

I agree with Bill.
"The next Paco" just sounds irreverent to me.
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10 bucks for a magazine? Where have we come to.

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Ricardo

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to Rmn

quote:

ORIGINAL: Rmn

The only person that is close to Paco is El Viejin, in terms of compositions, ideas, techniques. basically in all. neither vicente or cañizares get get close to viejin


I very much prefered Jesus...but now after some years since both made their artistic statements, it seems to be Rey, the best future we have.

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athrane77

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to keith

quote:


huh that's the first time i've heard of antonio rey copying material. are there any sources or examples?

don't know if it's true, but i heard that a lot too. Some people say his material is composed by david cerreduela.
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Ricardo

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to athrane77

quote:

ORIGINAL: jof

quote:


huh that's the first time i've heard of antonio rey copying material. are there any sources or examples?

don't know if it's true, but i heard that a lot too. Some people say his material is composed by david cerreduela.


Rey puts deliberate (and obvious to me anyway) quotes in his faletas from many flamenco players...but to me it is done in a tasteful way that shows more than skill and dexterity.

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Rmn

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RE: The Next Paco/Spring CG Magazine (in reply to Ricardo

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