Seguiriya y Cabal (Seguiriyas)


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In this lesson Jose Manuel León demonstrates us how to play his composition 'Seguiriya y Cabal', a wonderful, very musical seguiriya with lots of inspiring falsetas and accompaniment to the singing by Alicia Carrasco. Includes 28 A4 pages music sheets, tabs and letras of the singing by Alicia Carrasco.


  • Full screen HD video running time 13:14, Spanish spoken, English subtitles
  • Accompaniment to the singing by Alicia Carrasco
  • Normal speed and slow speed multicamera views showing simultaneously the left and right hand at a slow speed
  • 28 A4 pages of music sheets and tabs
  • High quality audio
  • Latest, awesome streaming technology


As confirmed by musicologists, due to his directions of future flamenco guitar playing, José Manuel León continues the revolution driven by Paco de Lucía...precisely also from Algeciras. In April 2002, Jose performs with the trio of Gerardo Núñez and Carmen Linares at the Teatro Real in Madrid, presenting the album ‘Un ramito de locura’. In 2003 Jose records three themes on the disc ‘La Nueva Escuela de la Guitarra Flamenca’ produced by Gerardo Núñez. In 2003 Carmen Linares claims Jose to be the first guitar in their concerts featuring ‘Un ramito de locura’, performing in numerous international theaters. In 2005, like Vicente Amigo, Manolo Sanlúcar en Sara Baras, José Manuel León participates in the Carlos Saura movie ‘Iberia’, based on the figure of Albéniz, performing ‘Almería . Jose his album ‘Sirimusa’ was the revelation of the 2006 and 2007 season for critics and the media. The album ‘Sirimusa’ was premiered live at the Bienal de Flamenco 2006. Jose continues his collaboration with Carmen Linares in the 2007 festival de Jerez and festival en Málaga, also performing with artists such as Encarna Anillo. After presenting ‘Sirimusa’ at the Festival de Jerez in 2008 Jose collaborats with several jazz musicians and performs in a movie with Roque Baños. In 2012 he releases his socio-cultural production, ‘Mujer_Klórica’ with cantaora Alicia Carrasco, Carmen Linares, Tomasito, Diego Carrasco and jazz musicians such as Kike Perdomo, Martín Leiton and Borja Barrueta.