Playlist Of Nuevo Flamenco Guitar: DARK GIPSY


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    Nuevo Flamenco Guitar: DARK GIPSY - Al Marconi

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    The track 'Dark Gipsy' from my 2001 release 'Esperanto' available for purchase on CD from my official website or as a download from the Al Marconi Media website. The backing track can also be purchased from the Al Marconi Media website above.

    I would be hugely grateful to anyone that shares this video with friends and contacts.

    Saludos

    Al

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    Al Marconi - DARK GIPSY

    4:39

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    Nuevo Flamenco Guitar Music: MATADORIAN - Al Marconi

    4:09

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    The track 'Matadorian' from my 2001 release 'Esperanto' available for purchase on CD from my official website or as a download from the Al Marconi Media website. The backing track can also be purchased from the Al Marconi Media website above.

    I would be hugely grateful to anyone that shares this video with friends and contacts.

    Saludos

    Al

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    Com Musica Nuevo Flamenco Guitar DARK GIPSY

    4:44

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    Al Marconi - Dark Gipsy

    4:44

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    Dark & Mysterious Spanish Guitar Music: MISTERIO - Al Marconi

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    This is the full quality mastered album version available for purchase on CD from my store page and as a digital download directly from the Al Marconi Media website. To purchase please click on the links under the Video.

    I would be hugely grateful to any and all the see fit to share this video posting with their Facebook and social media friends and encourage them to do the same…it takes only a single click ;) This is the only way that the likes of myself who has not yet had to resort to crowd funding or donation appeals will survive these turbulent times for independent music creators.

    Rest assured you will gain my deepest gratitude in anticipation of a sympathetic and pro-active response.

    Al

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    Nuevo Flamenco Guitar Music: GITANO - Al Marconi

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    The track 'Gitano' from my 2001 release 'Esperanto' available for purchase on CD from my official website or as a download from the Al Marconi Media website. The backing track can also be purchased from the Al Marconi Media website above.

    I would be hugely grateful to anyone that shares this video with friends and contacts.

    Saludos

    Al

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    Dark Gypsy Music - The Fire Dancer - Dark Waltz

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    Composed and Produced by Peter Gundry
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    DARK FLAMENCO

    5:21

    a love song as love goes......

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    Nuevo Flamenco

    4:17

    Original Song by Jay & Lee

    Live @ Alor Cafe

    Jay & Lee Copyright ©2011

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    Al Marconi Dark Gipsy

    4:44

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    Nuevo Flamenco Guitar: SOMBRERO - Al Marconi

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    AL MARCONI WEBSITE:
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    The track 'Sombrero' from my 2001 release 'Esperanto' available for purchase on CD from my official website or as a download from the Al Marconi Media website. The backing track can also be purchased from the Al Marconi Media website above.

    I would be hugely grateful to anyone that shares this video with friends and contacts.

    Saludos

    Al

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    100% gipsy guitars

    6:31

    enjoy it.

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    Flamenco Fiesta | Gipsy Rumba

    3:40

    From the movie Vengo (2001).
    Director: Tony Gatlif ------ Music by: Gritos De Guerra ------ Song Title: Arrinconamela

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    Beautiful Nuevo Flamenco Guitar music

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    Enjoy a 4 minute tropical holiday while listening to beautiful latin guitar music. It's like a warm sunshine hug! :)
    matbrooker.bandcamp.com

    Music by Mat Brooker
    Contact: mbrooker790@gmail.com

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    Patio Gipsy Kings - Outstanding flamenco guitar

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    Gipsy Kings PATIO
    Outstanding flamenco guitar..
    Enjoy the video !!

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    La Rumba - Arabic Con Sabor -

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    La Rumba Is a Melbourne City street Gypsy Flamenco band

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    flamenco arabe....gipsy200 Sanakay

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    Dark Gypsy - Kirk Dixon

    4:21

    Kirk Dixon's original tune Dark Gypsy.

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    Arrinconamela - Nuevo Flamenco Company 누에보 플라멩코 컴퍼니

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    Nuevo Flamenco Company 의 첫 EP. 앨범 Nueva Sangre 수록곡.

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    Two Guitars - Russian Gypsy Music

    3:17

    Enjoy this beautiful song. Please comment, like and share.

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    SPANISH GUITAR FLAMENCO GYPSY MUSIC

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    Spanish guitar flamenco gypsy for you! Music animation of Spanish guitar music, around guitarist. Like a Sevilla, sensitive.
    El Toque De Rafa. Guitarra, Spanish guitar music instrumental acoustic. Spanish guitar music, guitarrista virtuoso acustico. Upscale virtuoso guitar solo in the style of the Spanish heat. Bullfighting Madrid under the sky - it's forever in your heart.
    This is Spain, flamenco and gypsy. Around acoustic guitar and Latin.
    Turn off the light and enjoy this audio animation effects of instrumental music vj visuals! Processing particular trippy special effects, optical flares of music. So go on, this vj visuals music animation video!

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    Guitar !!! Spanish Guitar Flamenco and Malaguena ! By Yannick Lebossé

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    Guitar !!! Spanish Guitar Flamenco and Malaguena.By Yannick Lebossé
    Flamenco is a style of music and dance which is native to several regions of southern Spain.Along with its Romani origins, Spanish, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. It has frequently been asserted that these influences coalesced near the end of the reconquista, in the 15th century. The origins of the word flamenco are unclear. It was not recorded until the late 18th century.
    Flamenco is popularly depicted as being the music of Andalusian gitanos (gypsies) but historically its roots are in mainstream Andalusian society, in the latter half of the 18th century.[note 1] Other regions, notably Extremadura and Murcia, have also contributed to the development of flamenco, and many flamenco artists have been born outside the gitano community. Latin American and especially Cuban influences have also contributed, as evidenced in the dances of Ida y Vuelta.
    On November 16, 2010, UNESCO declared Flamenco one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
    The Golden Age
    During the Golden Age of Flamenco, between 1869--1910, flamenco developed rapidly in cafés cantantes, a new type of venue offering ticketed public performances. Dancers became a public attraction. Guitar players supporting the dancers increasingly gained a reputation, and so flamenco guitar as an art form was born. Silverio Franconetti, a sailor of Italian descent is said to have been the first encyclopedic singer, that is, the first able to sing well in all palos, instead of specializing as was usual at the time. He opened his own café cantante, where he sang and invited other artists to perform, and many other venues of this kind were created in Andalusia and Spain.
    Early flamenco commentators such as Demófilo claimed that this period was the start of the commercial debasement of flamenco. The traditional flamenco fiesta was small (fewer than 20 people) and organic - there was no telling when it would begin or end, if the artists invited would even turn up, or at what hour they will perform. By contrast, the café cantante offered set performances at set hours and top artists were contracted to perform. For some, this was crass commercialism, while for others it stimulated creativity and technical competence.
    In fact, most flamenco forms now considered traditional were created or developed during this café cantante phase or have been attributed to singers of the period, including El Loco Mateo, El Nitri, Rojo el Alpargatero, Enrique el Mellizo, Paquirri El Guanté, or La Serneta.
    In the 19th century, at the height of the Romantic movement, the romance of flamenco seized the middle class imagination of Europe. Composers across the continent wrote musical scores and operas to what they thought were flamenco themes, which they invariably associated with the Gitanos. Seeing a flamenco show became an essential part of any trip to Spain, even in regions outside of Andalusia that had very different musical traditions.

    Vicente Amigo Paco Cepero Tonino Baliardo gypsy kings Manitas de Plata

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    Don Cortes Maya

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    Comment vous trouvez ce morceau?
    Car j'ai pas trouvé un adjectif qualificatif qui l'exprime

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    Salvador Dali Exhibit with Nuevo Flamenco by Witold - Flamenco in Atlanta

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    Atlanta Flamenco Productions - - live performance featuring Nuevo Flamenco guitarist and composer Witold Tulodziecki at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta for the opening of Salvador Dali exhibit The Late Work. Video recorded by hiMotion videography himotion.us and produced by Atlanta Flamenco Productions.

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    Flamenco Guitar Barcelona-No.1

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    Recordando algo MARAVILLOSO!!!

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    Romantic gypsy guitar - Spanish hearts

    6:08

    Artists: Richard Friedman, composer, keyboard; Yussi Wenger, guitar.
    Album: Romantic gypsy guitar (1995)
    yussi.com

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    Driss /Nuevo flamenco World Music

    3:38

    DRISSSOUNGMOVIE.wmvar Driss on guitar, Rachid on doumbek (Tabla)

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    Best Spanish Guitar Ever

    5:28

    Pure Paradise, by Armik.
    The classical guitar — (also called the Spanish guitar or nylon string guitar) — is a 6-stringed plucked string instrument from the family of instruments called chordophones. The classical guitar is well known for its comprehensive right hand technique, which allows the soloist to perform complex melodic and polyphonic material, in much the same manner as the piano.

    The phrase classical guitar is ambiguous in that it might refer at least three different concepts:

    * the instrumental technique — the individual strings are usually plucked with the fingernails or rarely without nails.
    * its historic repertoire — though this is of lesser importance, since any repertoire can be (and is) played on the classical guitar (additionally: classical guitarists are known to borrow from the repertoires of a wide variety of instruments)
    * its shape, construction and material — modern classical guitar shape, or historic classical guitar shapes (e.g. early romantic guitars from France and Italy). A guitar family tree can be identified.[1] (The flamenco guitar is derived from the modern classical, but has differences in material, construction and sound[2][3])

    The name classical guitar does not mean that only classical repertoire is performed on it, although classical music is a part of the instrument's core repertoire (due to the guitar's long history); instead all kinds of music (folk, jazz, flamenco, etc.) are performed on it.

    The term modern classical guitar is sometimes used to distinguish the classical guitar from older forms of guitar, which are in their broadest sense also called classical, or more descriptively: early guitars. Examples of early guitars include the 6-string early romantic guitar (ca. 1790 - 1880), and the earlier baroque guitars with 5 courses.

    Today's modern classical guitar is regarded as having been established from the late designs of the 19th century Spanish luthier Antonio Torres Jurado. Hence the modern classical guitar is sometimes called the Spanish guita

    The classical guitar has a long history and one is able to distinguish various:

    * instruments
    * repertoire (composers and their compositions, arrangements, improvisations)

    Both instrument and repertoire can be viewed from a combination of various contexts:

    * historical (chronological period of time)
    o baroque guitar — 17th to mid 18th century
    o early romantic guitars — 19th century (for music from the Classical and Romantic periods)
    o modern classical guitars
    * geographical
    o e.g. in the 19th century: Spanish guitars (Torres), and French guitars (René Lacôte, ...), etc.
    * cultural/stylistic and social aspects
    o e.g. baroque court music, 19th century opera and its influences, 19th century folk songs, Latin American music, etc.

    Brief examples using the above classifications (historical, cultural/stylistic, social etc.), to show the colourful diversity of the classical guitar:

    * Robert de Visée (ca. 1650--1725) with French Court music for baroque guitar and lute. He was the guitar player (maître de guitare du Roy) of Louis XIV of France at the court of Versailles. His works are influenced by hearing Jean-Baptiste de Lully (1632--1687) who was also engaged at the court of Louis XIV.
    * Mauro Giuliani (1781--1829) with Italian/Viennese classical music for the 19th century so-called early romantic guitar. He was chamber-virtuoso of Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria.[4] Some of his works include strong influences from his visits to 19th century opera performances.
    * Francisco Tárrega (1852--1909) of Spain. His intimate salon-style music is both romantic in character and includes charming character pieces such as polkas and waltzes. He even played for the Queen of Spain, Isabel II. From 1869, Tárrega used a guitar by Antonio de Torres (1817--1892).
    * Agustín Barrios (1885--1944) from Paraguay, towards the end of his life using a modern classical guitar (his last instrument was a gift from Queen Eugenia of Spain in 1935[5]). His music is romantic in style, with some works showing strong folkloric Paraguayan influences, shaped from his cultural background.
    * Sergei Orekhov (Сергей Орехов) (1935--1998) with music for the Russian 7-string guitar. In his compositions and arrangements, he draws inspiration from his intimate knowledge of traditional Russian folk music and folk songs.

    Interpreting works of a specific composer in a specific style requires an understanding of the historical cultural/stylistic and social aspects/influences, considering music an expressive art. This is often called the study of performance practice, with attempts at historically informed performance (sometimes abbreviated HIP).

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    DARK EYES

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    New Age Flamenco, live performance - 09.25.09 Nuevo Flamenco

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    Essential Spanish Guitar Chords

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    Part 1 of this video is all about showing you just how easy it can be to take ordinary (dare I say even boring chord progressions and turn them into beautiful flamenco ones.

    Spanish guitar chords have an enormously rich harmonic texture and you can get them just by making some simply changes many of the chords you already know.

    This video will will give you a good idea of exactly what I'm talking about.

    Check out the site for lots more examples of this, it's great fun and sounds fantastic.

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    Flamenco Guitar

    4:30

    Flamenco Guitar Bulerias

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    La Gitanita Spanish Flamenco Guitar Song

    1:20

    My cover of La Gitanita on a Spanish classical guitar. Please rate or comment on my video! :)

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    Ash Wainman Spanish Flamenco Guitar: Persia/Arabic

    2:31

    Performed by Ash Wainman

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    Driss/Nuevo Flamenco World Music

    1:32

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    Driss on guitar Rachid on Tabla

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    Barcelona Guitar Trio - Billie Jean

    2:12

    Have you ever seen the king Michael Jackson​ being interpreted by 4 people in only one guitar?

    Barcelona Guitar Trio also has its tricks, and, in their spare time during rehearsals, the three masters of Spanish guitar and the percussionist Paquito Escudero recorded Michael's hit Billie Jean, together, on the same instrument. Don't you believe it?

    Have a look and, if you like it, do #SHAREIT!

    The trio offers concerts throughout the year in #Barcelona, interpreting the great masters of Spanish music and offering a tribute to the flamenco legend Paco de Lucía. For more information visit the website of Maestros de la Guitarra (

    Twitter: @GuitarraBCN
    Facebook: /maestrosdelaguitarra
    Instagram: /maestrosdelaguitarra

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    La Rumba - Triste

    4:31

    La Rumba performing Triste, a song from their CD, in the Bourke St mall, 3rd Aug 2011.

    La Rumba website:


    Video by Russell Boyd - rustyboydy@gmail.com

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    Rafa El Tachuela Morena

    4:36

    This song is a beautiful flamenco guitar piece.
    Artist: Rafa El Tachuela - Song: Morena
    See the TAB here:

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