One of the best flamenco guitarists of the 20th century, Sabicas b. The song has since become a popular, jazz, marching band, and drum corps standard and has been provided with lyrics in several languages. Ernesto Lecuona y Casado August 6, — November 29, was a Cuban composer and pianist of worldwide fame. He composed over six hundred pieces, mostly in the Cuban vein, and was a pianist of exceptional skill. His father was Canarian and his mother was Cuban.
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Hava Nagila The music you seek may never have been published, for it is known that he improvised most of his music and played differently each and every time he played a piece Paul said that Sabicas was a very strict teacher and would use a needlepoint on the students L. Getting pricked one or two times would certainly make me stop! This was of coarse back in the 50's and 60's when you could, as a teacher, be punishable towards your students Doing that now a days, would certainly require a judge appointed mandated court order, tagged along with a fine, as well as possible jail time Quite easy to come by, Faucher is one of the best flamenco transcribers in the business.
There is a Malaguena in the book, though not the one you mention. Its worth getting just for Zapateado En Re. Many of other Sabicas solos can be purchased directly from Faucher, Google Affedis and you'll find it. I bought Malaguena from sheetmusicplus, but it is not in EMajor like i wanted it. There will be a problem getting the specific piece you point to above. As already indicated flamenco is largely improvised and falsetas are combined on the fly, Sabicas did compose some concert solos but I don't see this as one of them.
A good place to ask about these details would be Foro Flamenco. Google Affedis and you'll find it. I heard he drank a lot of coffee This particular malaguena is Malguena by Ernesto Lecuona, usually called Malaguena de Lecuona Lecuonas malaguena and is originally written for a piano.
There are numorous transcriptions of this piece avaialable, I consider Sabicas version probably the best. One that is close is Lyona Boyds transcription avialable both in score, tab and CD. But with some free transcription as start, Sabicas Cd or DVD and original piano score it shouldn't be overy difficult to get down Sabicas version.
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