How to Play "Entre Dos Aguas," by Paco de Lucía: Lesson # 3 | w/ Ben Stubbs of Flamenco4U
Now that you’ve watched Lessons # 1 & 2 of “Entre Dos Aguas,” it’s now time to begin the part I know you’ve been waiting for…
…The lead guitar section! It was this famous improvised melody, by Paco de Lucía, that sent the flamenco guitar soaring across the airways all over Europe, and eventually all over the world! It would inspire other flamenco guitar masters, like Manolo Sanlúcar, to compose “Caballo Negro,” and Paco Cepero to compose “Agua Marina.”
…And now, it here it is!
…Delivered to your hands. So let’s not wait any longer to get started! Make sure to check in with me to show me your progress, and/or to ask me any questions you may have about the piece.
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