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David Catallo | La Fuente y el Arroyo

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La Fuente y el Arroyo

by David Catallo

An eclectic mix of modern flamenco and classical solo guitar music composed and performed by an up and coming Canadian guitarist with extensive influences including Venezuelan, African, and Spanish musical attributes.
Genre: Latin: Flamenco
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  Song Share Time Download
1. La Musa (Rumba)
4:36 $0.90
2. Chimera
2:14 $0.90
3. Guajiras del Serafin
3:06 $0.90
4. La Fuente y el Arroyo (Fandangos)
3:08 $0.90
5. Sahara Slide
3:40 $0.90
6. Zapateado del Colibri
2:55 $0.90
7. Cazadora (Bulerias)
3:03 $0.90
8. Antonietta
3:08 $0.90
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"David Catallo is an outstanding guitarist, able to bridge classical and flamenco guitar flawlessly. His technique is clean and his tone is deep and moving while able to play with dazzling speed and accuracy" - Roger Scannura

La Fuente y El Arroyo is the culmination of years of dedicated practice and study by a very talented musician. The tracks are all original compositions five of which are based on traditional Flamenco palos, and three which are modern classical guitar pieces inspired by other world music and classical repertoire. If you are a fan of solo guitar music you will certainly enjoy La Fuente y El Arroyo.

David Catallo has been studying Classical Guitar and Flamenco Guitar for the last 12 years. He has studied under Roger Scannura, Emma Rush, Bobby Edwards, Lorne Lofsky, and Brian Katz. He started playing electric guitar, as most teenagers are apt to do, however, when he first heard John Williams it completely changed how he approached the guitar. The guitar, much like the piano or accordian, provides its own accompaniment and can stand alone beautifully as a passionate and soulful instrument. Soon after discovering John Williams he discovered the likes of Paco de Lucia, and Paco Pena as well as Julian Bream and Roland Dyens. He has been playing at coffee shops and restaurants as well as at weddings and events in Southern Ontario for the last 3 years.

David Catallo has studied at the Royal Conservatory of Music. On the Flamenco side of things, he is presently studying under Roger Scannura, one of the premier Flamenco guitarists in the country, with whom he is examining not only solo flamenco guitar playing but also Flamenco guitar playing involving accompaniment of dancers and singers.



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Mery Perez

Mastery and Passion
David's CD La Fuente y el Arrollo embodies the soul of flamenco: passion and mastery of the art. His music is eloquent and magical, a true blend of tradition and innovation.