The need to improve the musical training of flamenco guitarists has prompted MANUEL GRANADOS to publish the MANUAL DIDACTICO DE LA GUITARRA FLAMENCA. The proposal of this work is to show how is the flamenco guitar played nowadays. By combining the classical trends with the modern ones, he has developed a language that flamenco musicians can share with those coming from other styles, such as classical or jazz. Finishing up with the basic styles examined in Volume Two. This Volume 3 introduces three new styles: SERRANA, FARRUCA y GUAJIRA. Bilingual edition English/Spanish.
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At an early age his family moved to Barcelona and his infancy was marked by his home life living next door to the Flamenco family Borrull. He soon began his classical and flamenco guitar studies with Maestro Don Antonio Francisco Serra, studying harmony and composition at the same time. As a composer and soloist, with a personal and distinctive style, he began working professionally at a very early age accompanying important artists from the Flamenco world. Heir to the school of Concert Flamenco founded by Miguel Borrull his work as a soloist has brought him around the world, appearing in the most prestigious concert halls and on national and international television and radio. Pioneer in the study of Flamenco music theory, Manuel is the author of many original concert and pedagogical works for the flamenco guitar. Of his many publications it s worth highlighting two volumes dealing with harmony and composition, Teoria Musical de la Guitarra Flamenca and the CD-Book combinations: Manual Didactico de la Guitarra Flamenca, Estudio Tecnico de la Guitarra Flamenca and Metodo Elemental de la Guitarra Flamenca, that cover everything from technical studies of the instrument to studies based on the characteristic styles of the genre.
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