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Album de Guitarra Facil N Atahualpa Yupanqui: Guitar Book
Forum rules Respect Copyrights: A couple of years ago there was a discussion about this on Delcamp, inconclusive unfortunately. This is to follow up on that seach.
We are talking brand new, contemporary, inventive, living breathing classical music here. How often do you see that, and with such high melodic gjitar and accessible emotions?
But where are the scores? There is a foundacion of Yupanqui in Argentina. Zeballo has published 3 volumes of Yupanqui but only the guitar transcriptions – as far as I understand.
The voice constitutes an important part of the melodies, and Aussel has it incorporated in the arrangements. A hint from anyone please. Last edited by Gaspere on Sat Jul 20, 6: This book has the beautiful “Danza de la paloma enamorada” it can be translated as “Dance of the dove that is in love” and represents the sounds yupanqqui the drums bombo of the South American Indians and the nuptial dance of the doves.
Atahualpa Yupanqui – Wikipedia
The difficulty of this piece is to play the constant rhythm on the D string yupanquo the melody at the same time and also the taping at the bridge and getting the sound of the strings by taping the strings against the frets.
The 6th string is tuned down to D and the 5th string is tuned down to G! Roberto Aussel plays it, you can see it on You tube under “Estilo, Gato, Zamba” but the “Danza de la paloma enamorada” is only the Zamba part at the end of the video. Now that you’ve joined us, please introduce yourself here.
First heard Atahualpa’s music played in Chiapas Mexico, lateby a very humble musician.
So thought I would awaken this thread. Also to have a look at Roberto’s music. I have found a list of Atahualpa’s music online, quite a few songs in tab etc http: Atauhalpa I find more info, will get back and post it here.
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