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  • We live in fast paced times and everything is changing.

  • Manolo Sanlucar and Paco de Lucia lived under ...

  • completely different circumstances.

  • When I started to play guitar ...

  • we had turntables ...

  • with a tone arm and needle ... So old-fashioned.

  • To hear a Falseta we had to position every time the needle in the right place.

  • To hear a jazz record for us was much harder than it is today ...

  • because todays huge media offerings did not exist .

  • Today the young people live differently ...

  • they feel differently and have quick access to global information.

  • Today they can listen every guitarist without leaving the house.

  • This is probably what they call the "information age".

  • Everybody listens and interacts with everybody else. In the result everything resembles kind of.

  • I earlier times the distinction was clearer what was Flamenco and what was Jazz or classical music.

  • Thanks to the young generation, these spheres meet today more than ever.

  • That's why modern guitarists play differently.

  • To find your own way and style, ...

  • to make your own flamenco is also very difficult.

  • You should also not forget that the Flamenco guitar is a very young field.

  • We have only three or four generations of concert guitarists - at most.

  • It starts with Montoya, Niño Ricardo, then comes Paco, Manolo Sanlucar. Then we come.

  • We do not distinguish between composers and performers ...

  • we need both compose well as play well.

  • All this makes it so difficult.

  • But in front of a large audience ... it's all about ...

  • to face the audience and do your thing. So on stage you need charisma, experience ...

  • But above all you should have fun, with what are you doing.

  • You have been listening Pink Floyd, Deep Purple and rock andalúz and you also played it.

  • How did you get to Flamenco from this?

  • It was a bit different. I started in Jerez to accompany Flamencosingers ...

  • in a tavern; the then active people. These were ...

  • Tío Gregorio el Borrico, Terremoto de Jerez ...

  • This is how I learned the basics of flamenco.

  • But since I was young I was also very interested in other musical styles.

  • I liked Pink Floyd a lot and I still do.

  • They have this great guitarist and virtuoso.

  • I always had a great interest in artists. Not so much in styles, but in artists.

  • If there is a musician who I like to hear and he plays Brazilian music ... so what?

  • That is how it happens that in my own music are so many different influences.

  • What are the influences today? What are you currently listening to?

  • I hear everything. For example, classical music, contemporary music ...

  • I really like Jazz. Not the Jazz ...

  • ... but Jazz artists. I just like it when someone makes good music.

  • I listen to almost anything.

  • But if you are dealing with a lot of music and you love it ...

  • it's becoming increasingly difficult to find interesting works.

  • The guitar is in a very difficult situation.

  • The guitarists today are playing at a level ...

  • that is no longer accessible for the majority of the audience.

  • To really understand this level, one must understand something about the instrument.

  • The result is ...

  • that today everybody wants to see Flamenco dance.

  • Even for the concert agencys guitarists are too strenuous.

  • A guitarist sits there, does't move ... you can only listen.

  • And you need time to listen. But people do not have time.

  • They want everything quick and do not want to think.

  • It ought to be simple but spectacular.

  • That is why it is difficult today as a guitarist.

  • On the one hand even easier than before. But on the other hand still very difficult.

We live in fast paced times and everything is changing.


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ジェラルド・ヌニェス氏インタビュー - パート1 (Interview with Gerardo Nuñez - Part 1)

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    Jubi Lee に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日