Jeffrey Briggs | The San Jacinto Concert

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The San Jacinto Concert

by Jeffrey Briggs

Recorded on October 2nd, 2005 at Mt. San Jacinto College in California, this concert traces Spanish guitar music from its roots in Andalucian and Sephardic folk music to its subsequent Latin American transformations, and ends with 6 flamenco pieces.
Genre: Latin: Flamenco
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1. Nana (Live)
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2. Tres Morillas De Jaen (Live)
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3. El Vito (Live)
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4. Zorongo (Live)
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5. Sephardic Song (Live)
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6. Yo Enamore Un Aire (Live)
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7. Dos Palomitas (Live)
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8. Milonga Del Pasado (Live)
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9. Chacarera Para Leo (Live)
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10. Paracho (Live)
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11. Loomoombashi (Live)
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12. Tarantas (Live)
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13. Granainas (Live)
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14. Siguiryas (Live)
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15. Tangos (Live)
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16. Sevillanas (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I'm writing this in 2018, 13 years after recording this concert on October 2nd, 2005 at Mt. San Jacinto College (CA).

Since then, injuries, operations, and the passage of time have somewhat restricted my performance capacities, although the expression and inspiration are undiminished.

This album, along with Ethnology of the Heart (recorded at Cornell University in 2002) represents the peak of my mastery of the guitar.

The concert starts with melancholy Spanish and Sephardic (Spanish Jewish) folk songs, moves to the Andes for an indigenous piece, followed by a milonga and chacarera from Argentina, and comes to a climax with the fiery romance of flamenco guitar.

Thanks to Lucinda Luvaas for giving me the opportunity to perform, and to Exiquio Talavera for his mix.

Jeffrey Briggs



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