Spanish Guitar

June 17, 2015

Divinum Music II


♫ Cover Photo: Frederik the Great, Friesian Stallion photography Cally Matherly. http://www.youtube.com/c/FrederikTheGreat

Spanish Guitar – Best Hits Vol.2 – Part 1 NOTE: I do not own any of the music or video that is used in this production. I am not making a profit out of this and the content used belongs to their respectful owners and the artists. :Track List :
01.Govi – Andalusian Night- Govi – Andalusian Night [05:24]

02.Ottmar Liebert – Barcelona Nights- Ottmar Liebert – [04:06]

Barcelona Nights

03.Lara & Reyes – Exotico- Lara & Reyes – Exotico [05:33]

04.Oscar Lopez – Corrientes- Oscar Lopez – Corrientes [07:42]

05.Grant Geissman – Gypsies- Grant Geissman – Gypsies [05:04]

06.Strunz & Farah – Quetzal- Strunz & Farah – Quetzal [06:07]

07.Larry Coryell – Concierto De Aranjuez- Larry Coryell – [04:36]

Concierto De Aranjuez

08.Juan Carlos Quintero – The Way Home- Juan Carlos [05:14]

Quintero – the Way Home

09.Jesse Cook – Hermanos- Jesse Cook – Hermanos [05:39]

10.Carlos Villalobos – Duende- Carlos Villalobos – Duende [05:26]

11.Gus De Lange – Wandering Gypsy- Gus De Lange – Wandering [04:18]

12.La Esperanza – La Punta- La Esperanza – La Punta [05:37]

13.Marc Antoine – Cabrillo- Marc Antoine – Cabrillo [02:34]

14.Sasha – Sad Anl Light- Sasha – Sad Anl Light [05:11]

15.Erich Avinger – Lovin’ You- Erich Avinger – Lovin’ You [04:31]




João Gilberto Prado Pereira de Oliveira (1980)
(AKA Grandes Nomes)

01 – Aquarela do Brasil (Ary Barroso)
02 – Menino do Rio (Caetano Veloso) (07’13”)
03 – Curare (Bororó) (10’15”)
Estamos apresentando
04 – Wave (Tom Jobim) (14’14”)
05 – Retrato em branco e preto (Chico Buarque – Tom Jobim) (19’13”)
06 – Chega de saudade (Tom Jobim – Vinicius de Moraes) (23’33”)
Participação: Bebel Gilberto
07 – Chega de saudade – Reprise (Tom Jobim – Vinicius de Moraes) (27’49”)
Participação: Bebel Gilberto
Estamos apresentando
08 – Desafinado (Newton Mendonça – Tom Jobim) (31’41”)
09 – Bahia com H (Denis Brean) (35’33”)
10 – Tim tim por tim tim (Geraldo Jacques – Haroldo Barbosa) (39’04”)
Estamos apresentando
11 – Estate (Bruno Martino – Bruno Brighetti) (43’21”)
12 – ‘S Wonderful (George & Ira Gershwin) (49’53”)
13 – O pato (Jayme Silva – Neusa Teixeira) (53’30”)
Estamos apresentando
14 – Eu e a brisa (Johnny Alf) (57’42”)
15 – Jou Jou Balangandãs (Lamartine Babo) (01h01’26”)
Participação: Rita Lee
16 – Canta Brasil (David Nasser – Alcyr Pires Vermelho) (01h05’11”)


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● Set-list:
01. Opening [00:00]
02. Rehearsal [05:30]
03. Interview With Joe [13:35]
04. Right Hand Technique [17:56]
05. Accompanying Other Musicians [18:47]
06. Playing With Piano Players [24:55]
07. THE CONCERT [29:43]
08. “Satin Doll” [31:10]
09. “You Don’t Know What Love Is” [38:50]
10. “Stella by Starlight” [44:46]
11. A Lesson With Joe [47:35]
12. “Joe’s Blues” [1:05:57]
13. “All the Things You Are” [1:14:30]
14. “Solo Piece” [1:21:20]
15. Conclusion [1:24:22]
● Personnel:
Joe Pass – guitar
Bob Magnusson – bass
Joe Porcaro – drums
● “An Evening With Joe Pass” (1994)
▶ Joe Pass – Full Length Concerts – http://bit.ly/1szpGQK

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History of the Guitar

March 7, 2015





Uniquely, Django Reinhardt fits several simultaneous archetypes. He is the streetwise kid turned celebrity. He is the miraculous surivor of an accident who went on to overcome his handicap. He is the illiterate who used musical notes as a universal language. He is the whimsical musician who defied every setback. Django was already a legend in his own lifetime, and this film tells of the life and times of a genius to whom death came too early. Yet another, final archetype. But above all it allows us to discover the dazzling talent of one of the greatest jazz guitarists of the twentieth century. Recorded in Paris and Île-de-France, 2010.

“Anouman” played by David Reinhardt (guitar solo); “Anouman” played by David Reinhardt (trio formation); “All love” composed by Babik Reinhardt , played by David Reinhardt (guitar solo), Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Gra pelli playing “J’attendrai” in BBC Studios, London




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In these two video guitar lessons I will demonstrate classical style harmonics for guitar. This harmonic technique is extremely useful no matter what style of music you play.

The first video lesson below demonstrates the basics of how the technique is performed on the guitar. Don’t worry about what type of guitar you are practicing these lessons with. I am using a classical guitar but this technique can be played on any acoustic or electric guitar.

In this first lesson all we are trying to accomplish is sounding a solid harmonic note with a constant bass pedal underneath. This alone can be very challenging in the beginning.

I personally use my picking hand little finger to pluck the harmonic because I feel that it is not only stronger than the ring finger, but the added distance between the little finger and the index finger (which is playing over the harmonic node point) helps the harmonic sound louder. But, if you feel your ring finger feels more secure feel free to use that finger instead. The majority of guitar players actually prefer to use their ring finger.

In this second lesson I will demonstrate how to take this technique to a whole new level by playing an upper melody using the harmonics and a fingerstyle chord progression underneath it. This sounds amazing when it all comes together and can be taken to great heights if practiced sufficiently.

The key here is to keep anything that is not a harmonic in an accompaniment role only. The harmonics will have a difficult time sounding over the natural notes if the natural notes are played to heavily. This isn’t a technique that is usually performed in a loud passage for that very reason.

Take your time and make sure that the harmonics in the first video lesson are solid before attempting the second video lesson. The second video lesson is much more difficult since you have to think about both hands simultaneously in a much more complex fashion than in the first lesson.

There are many popular classical guitar pieces that employ this technique. But even if classical guitar isn’t really your thing, I think you can easily see how useful this technique can be is used with a little bit of imagination.

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Track list:
01. The Soundmaker
02. Diablo Rojo
03. Torito
04. Rodrigo Solo
05. Chac Mool
06. The Russian Messenger
07. Bombtrack (Rage Against the Machine cover)
08. Orion (Metallica cover)
09. Gabriela Solo
10. Fram
11. Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin cover)
12. Plush (Stone Temple Pilots cover)
13. Breaking the Girl (Red Hot Chili Peppers cover)
14. Creep (Radiohead cover)
16. Hanuman
17. Tamacun



Michael Chapdelaine

Mallorca is from Spain in the late 19th Century. Written by Isaac Albeniz for piano, it is a favorite of classical guitarists who want to make people love them and their instrument (usually works, too). I played this piece for Segovia in the famous “incident” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiAbqf…) at the USC master class, that you may find interesting.
Do I still change things from El Maestro’s way?

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How to play Love Kills (The Ballad) – Queen – Acoustic Guitar parts and chords

In this video we look at one of the new Queen songs from the Queen Forever album. Contains guitar tab to make the finger picking parts easier to learn

Capo on the 1st fret the song is in Gm.

“Love Kills” is a song by Freddie Mercury. It was his first song recorded as a solo artist, though the extent to which it is a solo song is questionable, as the three other members of Queen provided uncredited performances. It was originally used in Giorgio Moroder’s 1984 restoration and edit of the 1927 silent film Metropolis, as part of the film’s new soundtrack. In 1985, the film was nominated at the 5th Golden Raspberry Awards for Worst Musical Score, and the song itself was nominated for Worst Original Song.[1] Nevertheless, the single reached number ten on the UK Singles Chart.

“Love Kills” was also used for the closing credits of the 1993 film Loaded Weapon 1. In 2009, a cover version by English synthpop singer Little Boots was included on her extended plays Little Boots and Illuminations. Brian May and Roger Taylor announced that a long lost ballad version of the song will be reworked for their new compilation album Queen Forever an album which includes Queen’s love songs.

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