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An album of discount flamenco from Carlos Montoya and a trio of other guitarists. The first half is taken up by pieces performed by the ageless Montoya and the second half performed by El Pili, Enrique Montoya, and El Nino de Alicante, along with a dancer adding the jaleos and castanets. Montoya performs excellently, as one would expect given his status in the history of flamenco.
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Performer: Various Genre: Latin, Folk, World, & Country Album: The Art Of Flamenco Featuring Carlos Montoya Released: 1994 Style: Flamenco. Acoustic Guitar – Carlos Montoya (tracks: 1 through 9), El Niño De Alicante (tracks: 10 through 19), El Pili (tracks: 10 through 19), Enrique Montoya (tracks: 10 through 19). Castanets – Anita Ramos (tracks: 10 through 19). Cover – Harriet Breitborde.
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Carlos García Montoya (13 December 1903 – 3 March 1993) in Madrid, Spain, was a prominent flamenco guitarist and a founder of the modern-day popular flamenco style of music. He was the nephew of renowned flamenco guitarist Ramón Montoya. He first learned from his mother, "la Tula", and then from a neighboring barber, Pepe el Barbero, .
|Variacones Por Tango||3:43|
|Petenera Para Guitarra||3:52|
|Bulerias De La Samaritana||5:46|
|Zapateado De Las Campanas||3:33|
|Los Ojos Mios||3:34|
|Temas De Huelva||2:24|
|12 177||Various||The Art Of Flamenco Featuring Carlos Montoya (CD, Album, Comp)||LaserLight Digital||12 177||US||1993|
|12 177||Various||The Art Of Flamenco Featuring Carlos Montoya (CD, Album, Comp)||LaserLight Digital||12 177||Europe||1994|