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Una ciudad medieval anclada en el medievo. A medieval town frozen in the middle age.
Traditional spanish song and percusion
The very traditional percussion of the Iberian Peninsula, in the hands of the people, for centuries accompanied the singing, wants to revive again in schools and musicians.
In this workshop are studied the technique and how to play traditional instruments, as the square tambourine, tambourines, mortar, pan, triangle, bamboo, claps, etc. Also the evolution and the origin of each instrument is also discussed, and the different types, sizes, the materials which are made of, varieties that survive or have existed in the peninsula as well the use that has been given.
Traditional rhythms from the Iberian Peninsula and Islands such as seguidillas, jotas, fandangos, 6/8 rhythms, corridos, etc are taught.
Percussion played by the person who sings has been a common tandem in the traditional music of many places around the world; in Spain has worked for dancing but also for songs and carols.
In short, the course’s aim is to sing and play at the same time over Spanish songs anddances.
A walk through our unknown heritage which will help us to better know where we come from to understand us a little bit more.
The final purpose of this course is to create a big percussion combo as a basis to accompany traditional songs.
He comes back in 1992 "Al Bedrío", "Arraigo" (1994), "Arboleras1"(1995), "La boda estorbada" (1996), "Arboleras 2" (1997), "TribusHispanas" (1998), "Viva! quien sabe querer" (2002), "De ayer mañana"(2005) and "Diez" (2009).
He has travelled half world playing with his wonderful band and collaborated with most of the traditional bands.
He has done fieldwork through most of the Spanish territory with José Manuel Fraile and collaborated in his books and records as musical transcriber.
Worth it to include his ‘Suite Romance’, which was released by the National Ballet and the Symphonic Orchestra of Madrid. Also his work as actor and musician for the National Classic Theatre Company at the Lope de Vega’s play called ‘Peribáñez y el Comendador de Ocaña’.
He has been the last years a traditional song and percussion teacher.
Since the very beginning, he was a drummer-singer in bands like ‘Mi Generación’ where he recorded two L.P.s and one single between 1971 and 1973, reedited 35 years after by Wha-Wha Records.
After that would come ‘Zeleste’ time, playing with ‘Blay Tritono’, ‘La Rondalla de la Costa’ and ‘Sardineta’, the legendary band which played around Europe.
When the band broke apart he worked with Elisa Serna, Ángel Carril, María Salgado and many others.