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Morante

 

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FredGuitarraOle

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RE: Flamenco chino (in reply to Morante

Olé Can! I had the good fortune of meeting him in Jerez in 2016. One the the most focused and hard working persons I've met. I wish him the best of luck, he deserves it.
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Ricardo

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RE: Flamenco chino (in reply to Morante

I had a Chinese student many years ago who gave me my first great bootleg videos of Paco de Lucia from TV. He also gave me an enormous stack of flamenco guitar transcriptions with Chinese writing on them (EDIT, never mind it looks like Japanese writing) from like old sabicas paco/modrego and escudero days, which I still have. So there have been some big flamenco enthusiasts in China just like japan. But this guy is very young if his intro to the genre was “Cositas Buenas”.

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RE: Flamenco chino (in reply to FredGuitarraOle

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One the the most focused and hard working persons I've met.

Some examples please!

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devilhand

 

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RE: Flamenco chino (in reply to Ricardo

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He also gave me an enormous stack of flamenco guitar transcriptions with Chinese writing on them (EDIT, never mind it looks like Japanese writing)

I wanted to write the following. But you edited.

How do you know it was chinese? From what I know japanese kanji resemble chinese characters. So it may well be they were japanese characters. Anyway, what guitar is he playing here? I mean which luthier.



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Ricardo

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RE: Flamenco chino (in reply to devilhand

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ORIGINAL: devilhand

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He also gave me an enormous stack of flamenco guitar transcriptions with Chinese writing on them (EDIT, never mind it looks like Japanese writing)

I wanted to write the following. But you edited.

How do you know it was chinese? From what I know japanese kanji resemble chinese characters. So it may well be japanese characters.


Right, the front page had the Chinese characters but when I flipped through I noticed the Japanese symbols that look to correspond to Spanish letters describing the piece. I have several Japanese guitar magazines so I know about the mixture with Chinese characters.

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orsonw

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RE: Flamenco chino (in reply to devilhand

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what guitar is he playing here? I mean which luthier.


Francisco Barba. Don't know which year, but guitars are made with the joint collaboration of his sons Juan and José for the past several years.
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tele

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RE: Flamenco chino (in reply to Morante

Gitano de Pekin, that's cool

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devilhand

 

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RE: Flamenco chino (in reply to orsonw

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what guitar is he playing here? I mean which luthier.


Francisco Barba. Don't know which year, but guitars are made with the joint collaboration of his sons Juan and José for the past several years.

Thanks for the response. Francisco Barba guitar. Definitely a guitar I'd consider in the future.

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