Library sources

Here are some good flamenco materials at the Edmonton Public Library. Some are pure flamenco and others a little more modern but still with a clear flamenco base.

AUDIO

Aguadulce
2004, Tomatito, guitarist
Agujetas, cantaor
1998, Agujetas, singer, movie soundtrack
Antología
1995, Paco de Lucía, guitarist, anthology
Canciones populares antiguas
1994, Carmen Linares, singer
Cantaora
1992, Carmen Linares, singer
Cante Gitano
2004, Rafael Jiménez, singer
Cositas buenas
2003, Paco de Lucía, guitarist
Dos guitarras flamencas en America latina
1980 – 1995, Paco de Lucía y Ramón de Algeciras, guitarist
Duende
1994, Box set, traditional, fusion and new flamenco
El duende flamenco de Paco de Lucía
1980 – 1995 Paco de Lucía, guitarist
Entre dos aguas
1981 -1992, Paco de Lucía, guitarist
Essences flamencas
1988, Enrique Morente, singer
Fabulous flamenco!
1991, Paco Peña, guitarist
Fandango : vols. 1 & 2
1980, Carlos Montoya, guitarist
Festival flamenco gitano
1994, 3 disc set, various performers
Flamenco
1987, Pepe Romero, guitar ; Chano Lobato, singer ; Maria Magdalena, Paco Romero, dancers.
Flamenco : fire and grace
1996 Narada collection series
Flamenco de Triana
1997, Performed by Niño de Almaden, vocals ; Mario Escudero, guitar ; Carlos Ramos, guitar ; with Anita Ramos, castanets.
Flamenco guitar
1987/88, Paco Peña, guitarist
Flamenco!
1996, Carlos Montoya, guitarist
Flamenco!
1995, Pepe Romero, guitar ; with Celedonio Romero, guitar (1 selection) and Angel Romero, guitar (1 selection)
Flamenco, son del sur
1998, Various performers
Gipsy Passion Band
1997, Gipsy Passion Band / Joaquin Cortés
Gold. Paco de Lucía
2005, Paco de Lucía, guitarist
Live en directo
2004, Juan Martín, guitarist
Live, a flamenco guitar recital
2007, Paco Peña, guitarist
Latcho drom
1993, Soundtrack, With the gypsy musicians of India, Egypt, Turkey, Romania, Hungary, France & Spain
Luzía
1998, Paco de Lucía, guitarist
Masters of flamenco guitar
1997, Performed by Sabicas, Niño Ricardo, Manolo de Huelva and Melchor de Marchena.
Me voy contigo
1998, Remedios Amaya, singer
Misa flamenca
1991, Performed by Paco Peña, guitar ; with various other guitarists & percussionists ; flamenco singers ; Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chorus ; Laszlo Heltay, conductor.
Mondo Flamenco
2002, various artists
My songs and a poem
2001 Estrella Morente, singer
Omega
1996 Morente, Enrique, singer
Romancero gitano
2004, French production based on Lorca poetry, including members from Flamenco de la Mision (now Flamenco Sur)
The rough guide to flamenco
1997, Various performers
Siroco
1987, Paco de Lucía, guitarist
Temporal
1996, Radio Tarifa (Musical group)
The art of flamenco
1993, Various performers.
The rough guide to flamenco
1997, Various performers.

VIDEO
Bodas de sangre “Blood wedding” [DVD]
1986, Classical and flamenco dance, based on the Lorca play
Dancers: Cristina Hoyos, Antonio Gades
Carmen [DVD]
1983, Carlos Saura film, a flamenco version of the classic opera with Christina Hoyos, Antonio Gades and Paco de Lucia
El amor brujo [DVD]
1986, Carlos Saura film, with music by Manuel de Falla, with Cristina Hoyos and Antonio Gades.
Flamenco at 5:15 [videorecording]
1983, Featuring students of the National Ballet School of Canada ; Susana and Antonio Robledo, instructors.
Gypsy heart [videorecording]
1998 Comments and performance throughout video by Omayra Amaya
Paco de Lucía:Light and Shade[DVD]
Paco de Lucía interviewed with performance footage.
Vengo [DVD]
2000,Starring dancer Antonio Canales and Antonio Perez Dechent with others.

BOOKS

Flamenco : the art of Flamenco, its history and development until our days
1991, Barbara Thiel-Cramér
Flamenco!
2000, This introductory text elucidates the complicated history of flamenco
Flamenco : gypsy dance and music from Andalusia
1990, Claus Schreiner
Flamenco dance : secrets of the professionals
2005, Paco Sevilla
Song of the outcasts : an introduction to flamenco
2003, Includes CD
Bury Me Standing, The Gypsies and Their Journey
1996, Isabel Fonseca describes the four years she spent with Gypsies from Albania to Poland, listening to their stories, deciphering their taboos, and befriending their matriarchs, activists, and child prostitutes.

(last updated Sept. 08)
Printable version




Can’t open the link? You might need to download Adobe Reader.
It’s free just click on the link below.

get_adobe_reader

Advertisements