Juan Martin

MARTIN'S JUAN GUITAR METHOD EL ARTE FLAMENCO DE LA GUITARRA CD TABLATURE RASGUEADO GOLPE

MARTIN'S JUAN GUITAR METHOD, EL ARTE FLAMENCO DE LA GUITARRA. 170 pagine fitte di musica, spiegazioni, interessanti fotografie delle diverse posizioni delle mani. 60' CD TAB.

A book and CD set for those wishing to learn the marvellous art of the flamenco guitar, presented by one of the most celebrated performers.

This comprehensive method assumes no knowledge of flamenco or music on the part of the beginner. 168 pages.

Price: €49,99
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MARTIN JUAN PLAY SOLO FLAMENCO GUITAR VOL. 1 CD DVD TABLATURE CHITARRA METODO LIBRO

 

MARTIN JUAN, PLAY SOLO FLAMENCO GUITAR WITH. TABLATURE+CD+DVD

 

with notation and TAB    PLAY SOLO FLAMENCO GUITAR with

JUAN MARTiN


Guitarra Flamenca

SOLOS FLAMENCOS


42 solos

Progressively graded for absolute beginner to intermediate and more advanced

GRADES 0 - 5

con notacion CIFRA

Progresivamente graduados para el principiante absoluto hasta intermedio y mas avanzado

CD Contents

Primera  Solea  First Solea

Tientos   Anhelo (Yearning)

Sevillana   Copla tradicional

Verdiales   Malaga, mi tierra

Alegrias en Mi   Alborozo (Jubilation)

Tangos   Festejo (Celebration)

Guajira   Fiesta cubana

Solea La base

Fandango de Huelva

Alegrias en mi con silencio

Bulerias por arriba

Rumba Rumba del dia nueve

Malaguelia Velez

Granadinas Albaicin

Solea para acompaliar

Tientos de Ricardo a Paco

Seguiriyas Sabicas y ritmeo

Alegrias Melocotones de Ronda

Verdiales Coplas malaguenas

Bulerias Diego en menor

Guajiras from Cania raja

Solea Solea gitana

Seguiriyas Falsetas clasicas

Zapateado Taconeos

Rumba Cancion popular, more advanced (mas avanzada)

Solea por Bulerias Raices

Tarantas Aires de La Union

Alegrias Tema inicial (Opening theme)

Sevillana   Mi copla

Solea   Falseta tradicional

Alegrias en la

Tarantos   Toque de las minas

Zorongo

Cantilias   Luz y sombra (Light and shade)

Seguiriya   Lamento

Rumba   Rumba flamenca

Solea Falsetas sencillas (Simple falsetas)

Fandango de Alosno

Rumba Cancion popular

Tangos Impulso

Carcelero

Farruca Ritmo del baile (Rhythm of the dance)

 

FLAMENCOVISION AND PATRICK CAMPBELL

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Designed as a comprehensive multimedia teaching set, this book, CD, and DVD present 42 solos, progressively graded in 6 levels from absolute beginners to more advanced, to suit players of all levels. It contains examples of eighteen different palos (rhythmic forms) of flamenco, with a wealth of melodic falsetas and rhythms. The music for all these is accurately written in notation and flamenco tab (cifra) in the book, and is also recorded on the companion CD. The DVD video contains over 57 minutes of solo music, and also includes introduction by Juan Martín and brief scenes of Andalucia today, which help to place this profoundly exciting and deeply felt music in the landscape of its origins. Juan Martín has succeeded here is showing how even music which is simple and very easy to start with can express the essential sound and emotion of flamenco, to build step by step the skills necessary for the performance of concert solos. Written in English and Spanish.

 

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to my new video series! It can help you to play flamenco guitar whatever your present level of skill. Many people who would like to play flamenco on the guitar tell me they are discouraged by the apparent difficulty of the techniques required. I want to try to change that, because the marvellous art of flamenco is much more about feeling and rhythm, those essential components of aire and compas, than always about sheer speed or amazing technique. The exciting challenge for me has been to arrange and compose music which includes classic elements with more modern sounds and rhythms that will capture for the student the true essence of flamenco guitar right from the very start, without sounding too simplified or lacking that characteristic flamenco sound.

The solos in this project are in a progressive series of grades, from an initial Grade a up to grade 8. This book, CD and video, the first of two sets, contain the pieces for grades a to 5. The grades are intended to be in line with the levels of musical advancement required for the grade examinations of music colleges for any musical instrument. This is a new kind of challenge for flamenco, but the art is now becoming so international that I believe it is time to see flamenco guitar as an art that can be learned in a progressive way by anybody who has the necessary devotion, understanding and determination. To many devotees of flamenco the idea of a formal graded approach, possibly subject to examination, may seem quite alien and even unwelcome. I want to look to the future, however, and to join with others who now nurture the growing world-wide interest in this precious art and the need for systematic methods of teaching. The essence of flamenco is so strong and distinctive that I do not believe its future is threatened by the increasing numbers of people who find in its soul what they want to express and to enjoy in music, any more than the music of the Mississippi Delta has been impoverished by the world-wide interest in the art of the Blues. There are no formal standards or guidelines in flamenco that are widely established to mark the student's stages of progress. In this project, therefore, I have given much thought to what I believe should be the appropriate levels of skill and musicianship necessary for achievement of the grades which can mark the advancement of technical ability and musical understanding. The book contains more details about the contents and requirements of each grade.

I have been greatly encouraged in this project by my young son Carlos, whose need for interesting music to play from the start of his learning the guitar has given me a valuable purpose and focus in preparing the music, particularly with the earliest grades.

There is bound to be disagreement about whether a piece is right for the grade assigned, or whether it is too easy or too difficult. I think that sort of argument is both unavoidable and not really very helpful. I have tried to present a logical development of musical understanding and of techniques for the right and left hand, but the important thing is not to be too rigid about the sequence of grades. Students and players have to differ in their capacities and needs. The music always matters more than anything else! More advanced players will be able to incorporate the music of the video in their own arrangements, and they should find things worth learning at any grade.

My aim is to give the student music which he or she will enjoy playing and which will reward the effort to practise and learn. This is not primarily a project to explain technique, but I have included some brief notes about the individual pieces. I hope you will share in the enjoyment I have had in undertaking this project with my good friend and former student Patrick Campbell who has again worked hard to communicate my playing through video, the CD and the printed page. I would also like to thank Bill Bay and his team for their invaluable advice and encouragement with what we believe to be a new advance in learning methods for flamenco. Viva el arte - y vamos a tocar!


Contents:

CONTENIDO / CONTENTS
Introduction By Juan Martín
Introducción Por Juan Martín
The Elements of Flamenco Guitar-Playing
Los Elementos del toque de la guitarra flamenca
Symbols and Notation
Símbolos y Notación

GRADE / NIVEL O Notes and Requirements/Notas y requisitos
PRIMERA SOLEÁ First Soleá
TIENTOS Anhelo (Yearning)
SEVILLANA Copla tradicional
VERDIALES Málaga, mi tierra
ALEGRÍAS EN MI Alborozo (Jubilation)
TANGOS Festejo (Celebration)
GUAJIRA Fiesta cubana

GRADE / NIVEL 1
Notes and Requirements/Notas y requisitos
SOLEÁ Falsetas sencillas (Simple falsetas)
FANDANGO DE ALOSNO
RUMBA Canción popular
TANGOS Impulso
CARCELERO
FARRUCA Ritmo del baile (Rhythm of the dance)
SEVILLANA Mi copla

GRADE / NIVEL 2
Notes and Requirements/Notas y requisitos
SOLEÁ Falseta tradicional
ALEGRÍAS EN LA
TARANTOS Toque de las minas
ZORONGO
CANTIÑAS Luz y sombra (Light and shade)
SEGUIRIYA Lamento
RUMBA Rumba flamenca

GRADE / NIVEL 3
Notes and Requirements/Notas y requisitos
SOLEÁ La base
FANDANGO DE HUELVA
ALEGRÍAS EN MI con silencio
BULERÍAS POR ARRIBA
RUMBA Rumba del día nueve
MALAGUEÑA Vélez
GRANADINAS Albaicín

GRADE / NIVEL 4
Notes and Requirements/Notas y requisitos
SOLEÁ Soleá gitana
SEGUIRIYAS Falsetas clásicas
ZAPATEADO Taconeos
RUMBA Canción popular, more advanced (más avanzada)
SOLEÁ POR BULERÍAS Raíces
TARANTAS Aires de La Unión
ALEGRÍAS Tema inicial (Opening theme)

GRADE / NIVEL 5
Notes and Requirements/Notas y requisitos
SOLEÁ PARA ACOMPAÑAR
TIENTOS de Ricardo a Paco
SEGUIRIYAS Sabicas y ritmeo
ALEGRÍAS Melocotones de Ronda
VERDIALES Coplas malagueñas
BULERÍAS Diego en menor
GUAJIRAS from Caña rajá

APPENDIX: PUBLICATIONS BY/PUBLICACIONES DE IUAN MARTÍN

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MARTIN JUAN PLAY SOLO FLAMENCO GUITAR VOL2 LIBRO CD DVD TABLATURE SPARTITI CHITARRA

MARTIN JUAN, PLAY SOLO FLAMENCO GUITAR VOL.2. CD DVD TAB.

This second volume, of a two-part series, contains a book, CD and DVD by internationally recognized flamenco guitarist, Juan Martin. Provided are more than 21 solos, progressively graded in the three higher grades, 6 to 8, to suit players at intermediate and more advanced stages, who already have some experience of the instrument and techniques of flamenco. The music for all these is accurately written in notation and flamenco tab (cifra) and (except for the two final solos) is also included on the companion CD. The DVD contains over 60 minutes of music. All text is provided in both English and Spanish.

Contents:

La Cana --
Farruca --
Colombianas --
2 Sevillanas --
Sevillana II --
Bulerias (de Sabicas) --
Granadinas (Lorca's Dream) --
Garrotin (Noche de San Juan) --
Solea --
Seguiriya y Cabales --
Bulerias (de Paco) --
Tarantas --
Milonga (del Recuerdo) --
Tangos --
Zambra Mora --
Solea (de Ricardo) --
3 Sevillanas (Sevillana 1) --
Sevillana 2 --
Sevillana 3 --
Solea por medio (Esencia) --
Rondena --
Rumba (Rumba nostalgica) --
Serranas (de Ricardo) --
Bulerias (con metronomo) --
Solea A (Another falseta Orta falseta) --
Solea B --
Garrotin --
Bulerias (Ritmpo y falsetas) --
Solea (por escrito) --
Harlequin (Arlequin) Rumba

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MARTIN JUAN ANDALUCIAN SUITE NO. 1 LIBRO CD TABLATURE CHITARRA SPARTITI FLAMENCO BULERIAS

MARTIN JUAN, ANDALUCIAN SUITE, NO. 1. CD TAB.

Product Description:
Four exciting concert solos for flamenco guitar from Juan Martín’s best-selling album ‘The Andalucian Suites’. This is the first of the four suites on the album. These suites are transcribed into standard notation and flamenco tablature (cifra), with introductory playing notes by Juan Martín. The four solos on the accompanying CD are performed by Juan.

The complementary and contrasting variety of styles and rhythms of the four solos provide a brilliant display of Juan’s artistry and the expressive capabilities of the flamenco guitar. Each solo is complete in itself. A powerfully evocative Zambra Mora is followed by the much-requested rumba ‘La Feria’, then a gently melancholic Milonga and finally a thrilling Bulerías, which combines modern elements with pure gypsy falsetas from Moron del la Frontera. These solos provide an exceptional opportunity to learn and enjoy the music of a master flamenco guitarist, whose two volumes of graded ‘Solos Flamencos’ are already Mel Bay best-sellers.
Format: Book/CD Set 48 pages

Contents:

Biographical Note
The Four Solos, with playing notes
Key to Symbols and Notation
Evocación de la Invasión Árabe AD 711 (Zambra Mora)
La Feria (Rumba)
Alborada (Milonga)
Gitanos (Bulerías)

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