CASA FLAMENCA presents ANTONIO SANCHEZ (Paco De Lucia 2nd guitar) workshop

Опубликовано09.11.2018 в 20:55АвторGoltigal






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He expanded the harmonic vocabulary and guitar techniques, incorporated instruments from outside the tradition, and had a curiosity that led him to collaborations with artists as disparate as jazz guitarist John McLaughlin and Brazilian pop star Djavan and also opened new vistas to flamenco artists. He spoke from New York, where the group started its first U.

How was that first time you sat to play with him as a member of his group? I went from being a nervous wreck to feeling great peace and totally relaxed in a matter of minutes. When I was a little kid — well before I started studying, I was just playing by ear — I would play his records in my room … and play over them.

Antonio Sánchez Pecino (5 February – 23 June ) was the father of famed flamenco guitarists Paco de Lucía, Ramón de Algeciras, and flamenco.

Paco was always the same — on stage, in the street, at home. He was very humble, had a great sense of humor and when we played there was a great complicity between him and us, there were many smiles and winks, a lot of communication without words. It was like a family. He was like a father for all of us. So yes, his role was to be the boss, the leader, but he was always very affectionate with us.

We were all much younger than him but he treated us with great respect, giving us our place and making us feel secure. How was the performance of the group, very structured or loose, with much improvisation? Paco was always very anarchic. The sextet had to invent everything from scratch. We knew the music and Paco gave us a lot of freedom. There was a lot of improvisation in the shows. The songs had a basic structure and within that, we improvised. Every day it sounded different it was beautiful.

It sounds like jazz. Paco took that concept to his own music. He had his own compositions but started to open them up for improvisation. He created a style.

He brought the world of jazz to flamenco, now everybody plays variations and solos on flamenco pieces. Flamenco is very open, open to everything.

You have to stay centered and be prepared. Each one of us has his place. No one is bigger than the next guy. You have to go about it with great humility.

All guitar players of a certain generation, we have all grown up listening to Paco, learning from him, copying him. But the figure here is the group.

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For us, it is a tribute to a genius, a partner in adventures who we all loved very much and we miss. And we are just giving ourselves the place he gave us: Each one of us contributes his part. We are a flamenco-jazz band in which we give ourselves the space to say what we have to say. An edited version of this piece was posted by Artburst Miami.

Javier Limon left , producer of the Paco de Lucia Project, with the jazz master.


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