José Antonio Rodríguez All-in-one streaming offer (44 video classes, 158 pages scores)

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"Hi, this streaming bundle offers you the same, even simpler experience as if you are watching my DVD with the complete book, a truly impressive learning experience. Replay as often as you like anytime, anywhere, no membership fee, use for life".

8 VIDEO CHAPTERS (44 full screen HD videos - 2 hours): Introduction and explanation. Technique pack with the 'Casablanca' exercise to sustain the chord until the harmonic ends, the 'Coimbra' exercise to make the melody stand out from the counterpoint, the 'Arpeggio' exercise to change the phrasing and the 'Apoyo anular' exercise to play with the dynamics adding an important accent with the third finger. Taranta composition A Cobitos from the CD Cordoba En El Tiempo. Composition Farruca Del Desconsuelo from the CD Anartista. Soleá composition Guadalcazar from the CD Adios Muchachos. Interview and final words.

158 A4 PAGES OF MUSIC SHEETS AND TABS: Authentic transcriptions, written by Max Herzog, approved by José Antonio Rodríguez.

Features:
  • Spanish spoken, English subtitles
  • Normal and slow speed
  • Multicamera views showing simultaneously both the left and right hand performances in close-up at a slow pace
  • Animated on screen compas to teach you the precise timing of the slow version
  • High quality audio
  • Latest, awesome streaming technology

 

CÓRDOBA, 1964. GUITARIST, COMPOSER
1981 First Prize for Concert Flamenco Guitar at the XXI "Festival de Cante de las Minas de la Unión".
1982 First Prize for Concert Flamenco Guitar at the XI National Flamenco Guitar Contest of Jerez de la Frontera.
1984 Obtains the official academic title of Flamenco Guitar Professor at the Conservatory of Córdoba, being, already at an age of 20 years, the youngest flamenco guitar professor ever.
1986 National “Ramón Montoya” award for Concert Flamenco Guitar at the XI National Flamenco Art Competition of Córdoba.
1987 Premieres his "Guajira for Flamenco Guitar and Orchestra" as part of the extraordinary "Día de Andalucía" concerts, commemorating the autonomy of Andalusia in Spain.
1988 Performs intensively throughout Europe.
1990 Premieres his most ambitious and honorable flamenco guitar concert "Viento de Libertad" with the orchestration of Joan Albert Amargós.
1992 The Flamenco Art Biennial of Seville entrusts Rodríguez to compose, orchestrate and direct the musical production "Tango".
1993 Participates in the soundtrack of the movie “La Lola Se Va A Los Puertos", starring Rocío Jurado.
1994 Composes, together with Joan Albert Amargós, the play "Réquiem" for the world premiere of the Andalusian Dance Company, choreographed by Mario Maya.
1995 Starts a tour with cultural program "Conocer el Flamenco" together with Manolo Sanlúcar.
1996 Premieres the new orchestration of "Viento de Libertad" directed by Joan Albert Amargós.
1997 Composes "El Jaleo" at the request of the Andalusian Centre of Dance, choreographed by María Pagés and Fernando Romero.
1998 Presents his album "Manhattan de la Frontera" at the Flamenco Art Biennial of Seville.
1999 Performs intensively in France, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
2000 Collaborates on the albums of renowned artists such as Omar, Faruk Tekbilek, Matt Bianco, Hakin, José Manuel Soto, “Manzanita”, Natalia Oreiro...
2001 Premieres, at the request of the Flamenco Art Contest of Córdoba, his symphony "El Guitarrista Azul.
2002 Composes the Ballet "La Leyenda", premiered by the Andalusian Dance Company at the Flamenco Art Biennial of Seville. Releases his composition "Alquimia".
2003 Receives the recognition award from his homeland Córdoba, dedicating the cultural week of the Peña Flamenca de Córdoba.
2004 Starts a world tour, from February until September, performing in Central America, South America, USA and Spain to presents the new album "No es lo mismo" of Alejandro Sanz.
2005 Performs in Los Angeles with Jennifer López, Marc Anthony, Joaquín Cortés and Alejandro Sanz at the "Noche de los Niños" benefit gala for the Children's Hospital.
2006 Composes the original music of the play "Carmen" for the Ballet of Aída Gómez, premiered on September 3rd.
2007 Releases his CD and DVD "Córdoba…en el tiempo" with the record company Universal Music Spain.
2008 Receives the "Flamenco Hoy" national award for the best producer, best album of guitar accompaniment and finalist for the best solo guitar album.
2009 Participates in the audiovisual project "Encyclopaedia of flamenco", directed by Manolo Sanlúcar.
2010 Performs in Andalusia with the theme "Conocer el flamenco", organized by Cajasol.
2011 Produces his album "Anartista".
2012 Launches his album "Anartista", produced by himself with the support of Jordi Cristau and Domi Serralbo and the cooperation of Antonio Orozco, David DeMaria, Manolo Sanlúcar, Santiago Auseron, Carmen Linares, Vanesa Martin, Arcángel, Mafalda Arnauth, Carles Benavent, José Mena, Popo, Gere, Agustín Diassera, Jordi Cristau, Carlos Martín and Luis Aquino.
2013 Takes his music to Morocco showing the characteristics of flamenco and the similarities with the Moroccan music. Collaborates in the duet album of Frankie Miller, produced by David Mackay, John Parr, Elton John and Bonnie Tyler.
2014 Performs in Fresno, San Diego, Los Angeles, Portland and Lincoln City. Imparts master classes in different Universities of California. Organizes the tour "Artistas en Ruta".
2015 Records his master classes for flamenco, produced by La Sonanta.
2016. Performs at the prestigious music NAMM fair in Los Angeles and in Latvia with the "World of the Guitar Trio" together with Roman Miroshnichenko and Henrik Andersen.

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