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Morante

 

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Malagueñas? 

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Ricardo

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RE: Malagueñas? (in reply to Morante

We can point the fakemenco blame on Sabicas in this case for inspiring the generations of guitarists thinking lecuona to have been a flamenco master:



But, in defense of benjamin bosque and this faux pas, his instrumental versions of the cantes of maestro ozzy Osborne and toque of Jake E Lee, are quite tasty even if the bailaora might be stepping all over it:



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 5 2020 18:50:22
 
Morante

 

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RE: Malagueñas? (in reply to Ricardo

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We can point the fakemenco blame on Sabicas in this case for inspiring the generations of guitarists thinking lecuona to have been a flamenco master:


Keith Richards says that the malagueñas de Lecuona was the first thing he ever learned on the guitar. Furthermore he has always retained his version in his off stage repertoire
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ipolit

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RE: Malagueñas? (in reply to Morante

When I heard this Malaguena played by Michael Lucarelly, I decided to buy a guitar and to learn flamenco. I still don't know if this is a flamenco, but it was one of the first pieces I learned to play (it is very easy).

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