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Paco Peña - Toques Flamencos

By Paco Pena

By Paco Pena and Paco Pe. Music Sales America. Flamenco. Softcover with CD. Guitar tablature. 86 pages. Music Sales #MN20218. Published by Music Sales (HL.14024805).

Item Number: HL.14024805
ISBN 0711997985. With guitar tablature. Flamenco. 9x12 inches.

Transcriptions for guitar of 10 pieces from the album Toques Flamencos. In standard notation and tablature and complete with guidelines on technique and notation. Includes a CD.

  • A La Feria (Sevillanas) 
  • A Paso Lento (Tientos) 
  • El Mantoncillo (Garrotin) 
  • El Nuevo Dia (Colombiana) 
  • En Las Cuevas (Farruca) 
  • Herecia Latina (Rumba) 
  • La Romeria (Alegrias) 
  • Santuario (Soleares) 
  • Son De Companas (Seguiriyas) 
  • Tonos Levantinos (Tarantas) 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Fresno, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 26, 2008 Great Book, Great Artist

    The CD is great. The songs are a bit simplified, but with proper practice they will sound good. If you are a Paco Pena fan and a guitar player, it's a must. But I found that some of the notation in the scores were difficult to interpret and also...

    the the CD's recordings use a capo (which is not reflected in the scores.). So you can't play along to the CD unless you have a capo, and don't expect the songs to sound like the cd without one.

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  • 4

    Whitby, Porirua, New Zealand
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  • February 09, 2007 Don't expect to learn flamenco from this

    Very nice music, but as a reasonably experienced amateur classical guitar player (but not so much flamenco), I found it difficult to play and make it sound right. You will require a good knowledge and understanding of flamenco music before you attempt this. So don't use it as didactic...

    material. However, the music is beautiful and the CD is also beautifull just by itself. It'll be a long time before I will sound even close to that (hoping my recently started flamenco guitar lessons will help). But it does help a great deal to figure out how to play the music, as flamenco music is notoriously difficult to pick up from sheet music. Not for the faint harted...

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  • 5

    Silver City, New Mexico
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  • December 04, 2004 Excellent Traditional Flamenco

    The CD is great to listen to. The transcroption (staff) accurately reflects what is played in the CD. However, in some places (such as the Sevillana), the guitarist introduces variations within the first copla that are not in the staff music. The student can reproduce those variations by just listening...

    to the CD though. The music faithfully reflects the elements of traditional flamenco music. The book also contains valuable historic information as well as a review of the rhythemic structures in flamenco.

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