The Guitar Trio. Cositas Buenas (Edicion Limitada). Passion, Grace & Fire. Dos Guitarras Flamencas en America Latina. Luzia. Paco de Lucia Partituras, Libro 1: La Fabulosa Guitarra de Paco de Lucia Paco de Luca applied modern harmony to the flamenco guitar. With “La Fabulosa Guitarra de Paco de Luca,” releasedin , de Luca began to distance himself from the influence of masters suchas.

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This flamenco virtuoso, still at the height of his artistic powers,will perform in two concerts at 8 p.

The program will run 90minutes with no intermission. Pacode Luca is recognized as the most innovative and influential flamenco artistof the last 30 years. He has had a revolutionary impact on paaco centuries-oldmusical tradition.

Paco de Lucia Partituras, Libro 1 : La Fabulosa Guitarra de Paco de Lucia

His work since the late s, including collaborations withsuch fabuoosa as Chick Corea and fellow guitarists John McLaughlin, LarryCoryell and Al DiMeola, has infused new life into the art form.

He currently is working on a new recording. DeLuca’s innovation is steeped in tradition. His stage name and the recording “Luzia” pay homage to hismother, Luca Gomez, who died that same year. His father, Antonio Sanchez, lucz day laborer and played guitar at night to supplement his income. De Luca’s first performance was on Radio Algecirasin The brothers Ramon and singer Pepe de Luca are often part of deLuca’s groups.

Thetraining ground for a flamenco guitarist, de Luca once said, “is the musicaround you, made by people you see, the people you make music with.

You learnit from your family, from your friends, in lajuerga the party drinking. And then you work fabulpsa technique. Guitarists donot need to study.

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And, as it is with any music, the great ones will spend sometime working with the young players who show special talent. You mustunderstand that a Gypsy’s life is a life of anarchy. That is a reason why theway of flamenco music is a way without discipline as you know it. We don’t tryto organize things with our minds; we don’t go to school to find out.


We justlive … music is everywhere in our lives. Theorigins of the word flamenco arestill in dispute. Some argue that it refers to the Flemish people who arrivedin Spain in the 16th century and once meant simply foreigner or non-Spanish.

Others suggest that the word derives from the Arabic phrase felah mengumeaning pleasant in flight.

What is indisputable is that flamenco is a blend of the many cultures — Gypsy,Muslim, Jewish — that at one time settled in Andalusia, in the south of Spain.

Guitara influences can be heard distinctively in the melisma of the singer, the rhythms, the slowly fabilosa harmoniclines of the guitars. Flamencois, like the blues to which it is often compared, the music of a poor,disenfranchised minority.

But it is also a complex art form that combinesguitar playing, singing and dancing, setting off layers of powerful rhythms andemotions.

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Guitrara Luca was able to grasp these nuances at a very early age. In, at only age 11, de Luca made his first public appearance; a year laterhe was awarded a special prize in the Jerez flamenco competition. At 14 he wastouring with the flamenco troupe of fabled dancer Jos Greco and worked withGreco for three seasons.

Whileon tour with Greco in the United States, de Luca met the dr Sabicas, aninfluential guitarist whose name became synonymous with flamenco in the UnitedStates. Sabicas encouraged de Luca to pursue a more personal style and developand play his own musical ideas. The cantaor singer sings the words. Thereare no fabulksa per se in flamenco, just short lyrics, so the guitarist followsthe call of the singer.

Part of the tradition in flamenco is not playing toohard or too much.

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You need to support the singer, help him. Backin Spain, he joined Festival Flamenco Gitano, an annual flamenco showcase tourthat lasted for seven years, and recorded his first album inat the ageof He would follow Sabicas’ advice in the s recordings and in his debut at Carnegie Hall.

By “Fantasia Flamenca,” recorded inhe haddefined his own style.

His superb technique was displayed in well-structuredpieces that departed from the flamenco tradition of theme and variations. In he met Camaron de la Isla, one of the premier flamenco singers.


Theirassociation has been chronicled on more than 10 records. The album “Potro deRabia y Miel”their first sincewas perhaps the last release byde la Isla, who died in DeLuca’s new style became more evident in “El Duende Flamenco” ; “Fuente yCaudal”which included the hit “Entre Dos Aguas”; and “Almoraima”which some consider a masterpiece.

These were followed by “Paco deLuca Interpreta a Manuel de Falla”a superb tribute to the classical composer, who was an admirerof flamenco music, and “Solo Quiero Caminar” Flamencodie-hards have criticized pacl Luca for his forays into other styles his ownsextet, organized inincludes bass, drums and saxophone and hishigh-profile collaborations, especially with jazz musicians, most notably withpianist Chick Corea and guitarists John McLaughlin, Larry Coryell and AlDiMeola.

But these collaborations often re produced dazzling results, asdocumented in several releases including the guitar trio albums “Castro Marin””Passion Grace and Fire ” and “Friday Night in San Francisco” However,as if to make a point, de Luca returned to pure flamenco with a vengeance inthe spectacular “Siroco”a brilliant summation of his style, and thenzigzagged back towards fusion with “Zyryab”which featured his sextetaugmented by Corea.

De Luca shrugs off the complaints or the concerns that hemight lose his roots or betray the essence of flamenco. There was a time when I was concerned about losing myself, but not now. I’verealized that, even if I wanted, I couldn’t do anything else.

I am a flamencoguitarist. If I tried to play anything else it would still sound likeflamenco. Student rush tickets at the same price are available to all students with avalid ID one hour guitarrz to show time. Upcoming performancesinclude Peru Negro on Feb. An internationally acclaimed producer and presenterof music, dance and theater, UCLA Live brings hundreds of outstanding and provocative artists to Los Angeles eachyear.

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