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Old 02-06-2011, 07:04 AM  
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Music by the great accoustic guitarist carlos montoya

CARLOS MONTOYA

http://www.youtube.com/artist?a=GxdCwVVULXejfskTY5HmAwEXe3iaVv-R&feature=bottomfeedr




Rare Flamenco Guitar Video: Carlos Montoya - Farruca





Carlos Montoya - Fandango de Huelva Y Verdiales


Carlos Montoya & Tere Maya(Gipsy Vocalist and Dancer).avi

c montoya v?deo malague?a

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Old 02-06-2011, 07:19 AM  
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Music by the greatest classical accoustic guitarist -- Andres Segovia

This is probably the greatest accoustic guitarist of all time....many great guitarists have studied under him...see the Master Class video below.....

Andres Segovia


Andres Segovia - Asturias


Andres Segovia - Fandanguillo - Moreno-Torroba

Andr?s Segovia (Master Class 1965)

Great Guitarists of the World
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OMG I LOVE Carlos Montoya. When I was a young boy, I had an older bro who would sit countless HOURS in front of our little record player with his guitar trying to decypher each tune by playing a small part OVER AND OVER again attemping to duplicate as he went. Although he, (my Bro) is an excellant guitarrist, he has yet, even all these years later, to perfect Carlos's techniques.
C.M. played the Flemenco guitar while Adres Segovia played Spanish Classical
and yes, there is a difference, simular to calling country bluegrass, yeah they're sort of related but have morphydised simular to the way the languages have changed. A more recent example of coarse being Rock n Roll, Jazz etc.

Carlos Montoya has influenced so many people, Paco de Lucia, Juan Martin, Strunz & Farah, and the list goes on and on while Segovia was, well, there is "professional grade" then "world class" and above those there, in their prospective fields, are these guys, Segovia was a rare breed all his own in the realm of the classical guitar.


Thanks for posting these excellent examples of greatness.
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Saw Pepe Romero in Las Vegas . . AWESOME guitarrist







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Here's some beautiful music by "Los Indios Tabajaras".......you may like this, also! I collected their 12" LP records and lost them all in a house fire where they were stored. I could sit and listen to them for hours, too!.....:



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Los Indios Tabajaras - CHOPIN



LOS INDIOS TABAJARAS-VALS EN DO SOSTENIDO-OPUS 64''2CHOPIN-WALTZ


Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op. 66 By Los ?ndios Tabajaras


Los Indios Tabajaras - Flight of the bumblebee -


UNA MUESTRA BRILLANTE DE LOS INDIOS TABAJARAS


Los Indios Tabajaras - Maria Elena


Los Indios Tabajaras - El Condor Pasa


Adios Mariquita Linda - 2 versions. Marty Robbins, Los Indios Tabajaras

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Los Indios Trabajaras did a song in the 60's by Antonio Lauro that has become my passion, named Natalia (Vals Venezuelo #3, Valse Crillo) and it is because of this song, and them that I switched my to style Spanish classical. I have grown to love Latin American classical and NOW after yrs and yrs gone by, this beautiful tune has found it's way to my own nylon crossover, rough as it is but there.


I couldn't find their version but this guy does it good


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Los Indios Trabajaras did a song in the 60's by Antonio Lauro that has become my passion, named Natalia (Vals Venezuelo #3, Valse Crillo) and it is because of this song, and them that I switched my to style Spanish classical. I have grown to love Latin American classical and NOW after yrs and yrs gone by, this beautiful tune has found it's way to my own nylon crossover, rough as it is but there.


I couldn't find their version but this guy does it good


Vals Criollo Los Indios Tabajaras


Alirio D?az y Senio D?az. Vals "Natalia" de Antonio Lauro

I always loved this one......they use those additional "frets" in this piece...


LOS INDIOS TABAJARAS-VALS EN DO SOSTENIDO-OPUS 64''2CHOPIN-WALTZ
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Carlos Montoya Zambrilla



Carlos Montoya: Zambra - 1961 Recording, Vintage Images


Carlos Montoya - Saeta
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