Mariano Cordoba

   Mariano Cordoba was born in Spain in 1924. He started recording in 1948 and toured with Antonio in England in 1954. He came to the U.S. in 1956 and began teaching in the San Francisco Bay area at that time. His teacher was Rafael Nogales. He has been a great influence on flamenco students for quite some time. His toque is traditional and virtuoso.

The titles are listed below the CD photos.

 

Left: De mi espirtu flamenco CD $19.95/ Cassette $11.00

Center: De mi alma flamenco CD $19.95/ Cassette $11.00

Right: De mi pasion flamenco CD $19.95/Cassette $11.00

 

The selection of Pasion Flamenca are:

  1. Tango Gitano
  2. Granada
  3. Cañaveral (Rumba)
  4. Virgen De La Macarena
  5. Malagueña Flamenca
  6. Columbianas
  7. Campanas De Granada (Zambra)
  8. Odisea Flamenca (Soleares & Caña)

The selections of Alma are:

  1. Mosaico Gitano
  2. Zambra dos Madres
  3. Zorongo Gitano
  4. Fandango Grande
  5. Raices Flamencas (Soleares)
  6. Malagueña
  7. Leyenda del Gran Amor (Peteneras)
  8. Muñieira

The selections of Espiritu are:

  1. Fiesta en Sevilla
  2. La Jota de mi Pueblo
  3. Alegrias in D major
  4. Farruca Danza
  5. Reludio Flamenco (Tientos)
  6. Danza Mora
  7. Granadinas
  8. Espiritu Gitano (Bulerias)

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