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Paco de Lucía – duende flamenco

February 27, 2014 12:48 pm Published by

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Paco de Lucía had two great friends: His Guitar and Camarón de la Isla. Both marked his life, and both gave him trouble and both were totally indispensable to him. He described the first as his worst nightmare, he was quoted as saying that he would never be able to reconcile himself with his guitar and that it was a son of a bitch, he hated.

“It is a love hate relationship which makes me sick to my stomach. I wish I could find a way not to have to play anymore, or at least, to play like the Brazilians, relaxed and having fun, or like those who play classical guitar. The tension of flamenco is like being beaten to death.”

Paco de Lucía tuvo dos grandes amigos: su guitarra y Camarón. Ambos marcaron su vida, ambos  le dieron problemas y ambos eran imprescindibles para él. De la primera, su “peor pesadilla”, llegó a decir: “Yo no he estado nunca reconciliado con la guitarra. La guitarra es una hija de puta, la detesto. Es como una relación de amor y odio, que a mí me hace polvo. ¡Cómo me gustaría encontrar algo que me permitiera no tocar más! O tocar, al menos, como los brasileños, tan relajados; o como tocan la guitarra clásica. Pero la tensión del flamenco te machaca”.

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