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Paco Peña


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Paco Peña (1942 - ) is a Flamenco guitarist.

Born in Córdoba, Spain as Francisco Peña Pérez, he began learning to play the guitar at age 6 and made his first professional appearance at age 12. In the late 1960’s he moved to London. Peña was soon touring the world both as a soloist and an accompanist with performances at Carnegie Hall in New York City, the Royal Albert Hall in London and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. He founded the world’s first university course on flamenco guitar, at the conservatory of music of Rotterdam.


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  • Katsuyori-San

    <3 <3 <3

    16 Apr 2014 Reply
  • georgediril

    excellent especially Solea

    25 Aug 2011 Reply
  • dikiz

    I usually hate solos in rock music. First because it sounds so 80's cheesy, and second because most of the time it's about performance and bragging. But I just fell in love with Paco Peña. It's rich, thrilling, and so elegant. Magnifique.

    23 May 2010 Reply
  • strawberryffuck

    magnifique indeed. love flamenco<3, if you do too check out sabicas.

    11 May 2010 Reply
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  • motuweth2

    There is a performance of PP's 'Requiem for the Earth' coming up (Liverpool; 27Feb 2009). Can anyone recommend tracks on lastfm which are similar please?

    19 Jan 2009 Reply
  • anthonyjohn10

    If you like Paco Pena, try Sabicas.

    18 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Berud

    from what album is that song:

    26 May 2008 Reply
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  • 15thomas

    This is the same artist as Paco Pena, without the thingy on the N. Can't they be put together somehow?

    4 Nov 2007 Reply

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