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Diego del Gastor. Estudio de Estilo de José Fuente

Diego del Gastor. Estudio de Estilo de José Fuente

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All the aficionados know the incontrovertible Diego del Gastor (1908-1973), mythical figure of the flamenco guitar.
Traditional guitarist developping the "toque a cuerda pela" (monodic play based on the big toe and picado technique), founder of the "toque" school of Morón. The American writer, D.E. Pohren, discovered Diego in the 60s. This American artist opened a flamenco study center where he teached till his death. Like this he became a world reference for thousands of guitarists seduced by his very pure play. Diego del Gastor was excellent, above all in the singing accompaniment, essentially for the "compas" forms. This book offers the transcription of 88 falsetas by Diego (in sol-fa and tablature): Alegría, Siguiriya, Soleá, Soleá por Bulería and above all Bulería (his best "palo"). A short style analysis about Diego del Gastor and a CD inculding all his falsetas (interpreted by Diego himself): this material will give you a better understanding of the numerous transcriptions.

64 pages.

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All the aficionados know the incontrovertible Diego del Gastor (1908-1973), mythical figure of the flamenco guitar.
Traditional guitarist developping the "toque a cuerda pela" (monodic play based on the big toe and picado technique), founder of the "toque" school of Morón. The American writer, D.E. Pohren, discovered Diego in the 60s. This American artist opened a flamenco study center where he teached till his death. Like this he became a world reference for thousands of guitarists seduced by his very pure play. Diego del Gastor was excellent, above all in the singing accompaniment, essentially for the "compas" forms. This book offers the transcription of 88 falsetas by Diego (in sol-fa and tablature): Alegría, Siguiriya, Soleá, Soleá por Bulería and above all Bulería (his best "palo"). A short style analysis about Diego del Gastor and a CD inculding all his falsetas (interpreted by Diego himself): this material will give you a better understanding of the numerous transcriptions.

64 pages.

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