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estebanana

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Rennaissance vihuela tunes on 1919 S... 

What say everyone to cypress guitars for non flamenco music?
And vihuela music as a distant influence on flamenco?

Does some of the vihuela music have an inherent Iberian flavor that you pick up later in flamenco at all?




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Gilles

 

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RE: Rennaissance vihuela tunes on 19... (in reply to estebanana

I was struck by a similar realisation when I heard Enrike Solinis at the Dutch Flamenco Biennale over a year ago:



Golpes, rasgueos, palmas, a little abandolao ... et voilá, this chef is serving flamenco!

When playing the Canarios evergreen (at 2:42) I could swear the 'palmero' is clapping bulerias medio compas, in sixes:

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estebanana

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RE: Rennaissance vihuela tunes on 19... (in reply to estebanana

That guy sounds great!

He also looks right out of a Frans Hals painting.

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RE: Rennaissance vihuela tunes on 19... (in reply to estebanana

Highly encourage you to check out the gorgeous, incomparable album Nuove Musiche by Rolf Lislevand...



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 20 2016 2:48:31
 
estebanana

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RE: Rennaissance vihuela tunes on 19... (in reply to estebanana

Oh Daniel, BTW I did listen to your new sample clip a few times. Very nice, I'm sure I will buy a copy of your next CD as well.

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RE: Rennaissance vihuela tunes on 19... (in reply to estebanana

Those last three videos are all on a baroque guitar. I can assure you that the flamenco strumming patterns are not really evident in the original publications and manuscripts, but it is very tempting to try to make connections. I did something similar myself with this four-bar snippet from a Portuguese manuscript. I added strumming, tapping, and a few of my own variations, or falsetos, if you will. The emphasis was on having fun, not on being 100% "authentic". I can't find any advice on how to upload videos here, so I'll just give the links.

https://youtu.be/gArlVOJW4ME

Here is something which reminds me of flamenco, but in a very different way, again from the Portuguese manuscript:

https://youtu.be/q-_gqsg6dlA

I seem to have lost an mp3 I made of the vihuela classic, Guardame Las Vacas, where I take the bass line from the second variation, and point out it is basically a 33222 rhythm, common to soleares and bulerias, but imposed on the same chord structure as Greensleeves - both songs are variations on the Romanesca Ground. When I get my next flamenco guitar, I'll make a video of it.
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RE: Rennaissance vihuela tunes on 19... (in reply to estebanana

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ORIGINAL: estebanana

Oh Daniel, BTW I did listen to your new sample clip a few times. Very nice, I'm sure I will buy a copy of your next CD as well.

Thanks Stephen!! ^_^

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