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《弗拉门哥吉他 火热与优雅》(Flamenco-fire and grace)[APE]

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    发行时间1996年
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专辑英文名Flamenco-fire and grace
专辑中文名弗拉门哥吉他 火热与优雅
资源格式APE
发行时间1996年
地区西班牙
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专辑介绍:

这是网上找的Flamenco的介绍= =:
弗拉门戈是西班牙南部地区安达鲁西亚的一种地方音乐,在其艺术发展过程中深受阿拉伯音乐的影响。公元711年起,阿拉伯人在七年内占领了西班牙大部分领土,直到1442年这片土地才重归西班牙,弗拉门戈音乐虽属安达鲁西亚的音乐,但纵观其和弦、旋律,无一不受阿拉伯音乐的影响。当西班牙国王消灭了侵略者后,异教徒遭到了统治者的驱逐或逮捕,那些幸运逃脱的就住在篷车里,过着流浪的生活,这些吉普赛人在演奏弗拉门戈音乐时加上了吉它,增强了节奏色彩,孕育出早期弗拉门戈音乐的雏形,可以这样说:是吉普赛人创造了弗拉门戈音乐。

弗拉门戈是由歌、舞、及吉它演奏组成一体的一种独特艺术。最初的弗拉门戈音乐,多以歌唱为主,吉它主要是伴奏,而很少用来独奏。后来经弗拉门戈大师拉蒙.蒙托雅(RAMON MONTOYA)的大胆改革,将古典吉它与弗拉门戈音乐技巧相结合,充实并发展了吉它的表现力,最终形成了具有独特风格的弗拉门戈吉它。

弗拉门戈吉他大致可以分成两大派:一种是古典派演奏,其特点以稳重的节奏为主,乐句经处理后加上古典吉他的技巧来表现,表现的乐曲比较规范些。另一种则是纯浪漫派的演奏,其特点是以一种弹性的节奏来表达乐曲。是首先在维持原来乐曲的Compas之节奏时值,然后再即兴发挥。尽管这两派演奏风格和特点不同,但其基础节奏是完全一样的。

补上专辑上面的介绍:
It is said that if you are fortunate, you will discovera place from which you can see the whole wolrd at once

If such a place exists,where better to seek it than in the blazing heat and blinding light of southern Spain.There amid the parched olive trees and the whitewashed walls,in the shattering sounds and eerie silences of flamenco music,you may not only see the whole world,but hear it as well.

Phoencians came here as conquerors as did the Romans,the Celts and the vandals who gave Andalucis its name. All brought their weapons,laws and languages, their music and dance. One by one,these invaders,captivated by the Andalucian view of life, were woven into the tapstry of southern Spain. Across the Straits of Gibraltar from Africa the Moors came,staring for seven centuries,bringing their strange new sounds. From far away northern India, the Gypsies came,surviving intense persecution and creating an anguished musical style so searingly intense that it was named "cante jondo" or "deep song". Later, when the Spanish galleons saild west, sailors returned with new treasure - the lilting tropical sounds of the Caribbean, promptly incorporated into the melange.

Today, it you listencarefully,you will hear this whole astonishing story in the sound of flamenco.

No one can untangle all the threads. That driving,pulsating rhythm, so easy to feel, so hardto analyze - is it the last vestige of an ancient dance form India? That other-worldly, anguished model melody - mightit be a lost, pre-Inquisition Jewish chant? And that dazzling guitar playing - canits origins be trace back to Ziryab, the fabled persian courtier/musician whose artistry seduced and electrified WArabic Spain? We only know that flamenco, after absorbing the glorious sounds of five continents,has reached out to conquer the world.

Flamenco emerged as a distinct musical style just two centuries ago, bubbling up from the streets, the bars and the Gypsy ghettoes, speaking of immense tragedy and bitter poverty. This international phenomenon took shape in a startlingly compact region of southern Spain - a triangle just 40 miles on a side, joining Seville, Jerez and Moron de la Frontera. As a Andalucia evolved, so did flamenco, which spoke more and more of the everyday trials of love gained and lost.

Yet, through it all, flamenco's essence - its incandescent core - remains the same. When you find the real thing, you will recognize it instantly. It echoes in the broken voice of a singer, the staccato steps of the dancer,the driving attack of the guitar. There is no posturing here, no prettiness, no showing off. Intensity, passion and truth are the only objectives.

There powerful forces are revealed in a phenomenon the performers call "duende". Late at night, when they are near the point of exhaustion, a strange spirit seems to enter into them. This spirit, this apparition, is the "duende". They welcome it, of course, since it is what they have sought all through the night. Yet they seem to fear it as wall, and it's not difficult to see why.

Suddemly, this inexplicable thing, this"duende", will take control and everything is altered. Guitarists will insist they are no longer moving their hands themselves, that something else is playing through them. Dancers, overwhelmed by the duende, will mvoe in ways that no one can move. And others in the room will treble and weep. For this moment - or is it an hour? - time stands still.

Then it iw gone. The participants seem almost relieved, even embarrassed, yet their pride is evident. They've done it. They have summoned the "duende" - the spirits of all their people who suffered and yet survived. In the face of death, which runs through all of flamenco's great forms, they have affirmed life. Flamenco, forged in despertion, has again revealed the strength and resilience of the human spirit.

In fact, flamenco reinvents itself with every generation. Today, it can include the sounds of North America - the harmonies, rhythms and inspiration of jazz and rock. Even as traditional boundaries blur, flamenco itself stays sharp and clear.

The gunshot heelwork of dancer. The strangely compelling voice of superb singer. The perfect dissonance of a phenomenal guitarist.

This is flamenco. Listen and hear the whole world.

Brook Zern

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专辑曲目

01 Mori Sonando
02 Callejon de las Canteras
03 Criso
04 Buleriando
05 Aguita Clara
06 A mi hijo Jonatan
07 Viajero
08 Chicuelina
09 Voz de Referencia
10 Caminillo Viejo
11 Tangos de la plaza
12 Into the Dark

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