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Volando Voy, Volando Vengo

Melbourne is finally coming closer to home, Barcelona. La Rumba Catalana has arrived and is taking it by storm to help keep the cold away.

Please take a a peak the new track from The Spanish Flamenco Latin Guitarist Thomas Lorenzo and Jarrod Rojo.

Jarrod is Australian bone but of Spanish descendants former lead vocalist of the famed Melbourne Group La Rumba.

Thomas and Jarrod join forces to further enrich the cultural diversity of Melbourne.  The Spanish Guitar can be such a melodic but also a powerful groove driving element in acoustic bands. Please enjoy the premier.

 

Melbourne Guitar School. Lessons on creative rhythmic accompaniments.

Discover how to be more more creative in your guitar playing.

Check out my new video on Melbourne Guitar lessons, Eastern Suburbs , Creative Guitar School

Rhythm guitar can just as fun as playing lead and it can contribute to a more powerful overall band sound.

Just check out Red Hot Chili Pepper, Police, The Eagles Pink Floyd.

On my video I share with you some basic insights on how to become so unique in your playing.

Regards

Thomas

Melbourne Spanish Guitar. La Guajira Flamenca

Thomas Lorenzo expands on flamenco styles. Music appreciation is an added value to all his event planning here in Melbourne.

His love for music defines his need in sharing his knowledge with fellow friends and musicians.

Flamenco guitar books incorporate complicated descriptions of the patterns we use in it´s styles. I believe the explanation can be simplified as music is only a simple reflection of human emotions.

Flamenco as all styles of music has a specific pulse, a heartbeat that we communicate on and with. La guajira is really a ¾ rhythm and a waltz style of music.

Read more on Flamenco and la Guajira


Melbourne Spanish Guitar. La Guajira Flamenca

La Farruca. Flamenco by Spanish Guitarist Tomas Lorenzo

La Farruca. Flamenco by Spanish Guitarist Tomas Lorenzo

Farruca is a form and style of flamenco music. It may be performed with lyrics ( vocals) and as most flamenco styles in can also be danced to. It is played in 4/4, interpreted at a relative slow tempo and accompanied by melody and harmony defining a minor key.

In the following examples you will see how slow tempos are appropriate for “accelerandos” as a possible method of achieving intensity in the dance and impact on the audience.

It is very common in flamenco to relate styles to certain keys. All styles in theory can be played in all keys . Those keys that allow open strings on the guitar broaden the possibility of expression, rhythm and accompaniment of the spanish guitarist.  Please follow the link above to read more on the subject

Melbourne Jazz Weddings band, Thomas Lorenzo quartet

Melbourne Jazz Weddings band, Thomas Lorenzo quartet

In A Sentimental Mood. Thomas Lorenzo Quartet. Jazz Electric Guitar

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In a Sentimental Mood . Thomas Lorenzo Guitar , Gerard Nieto Piano, Anton Jarl Drums.
www.thomaslorenzo.com. Recorded 2011 Barcelona, Spain. Composer Duke Ellington.