We have more of the Park Brothers, Alex and Wesley, this time playing Drewries Accordes as transcribed by Patrick Russ and Christopher Parkening, with Wesley playing a fantastic 1953 Manuel de la Chica in mahogany and spruce that belonged to Pepe Romero, and Alex playing a great 2009 Jose Ramirez 2a in spruce and Indian rosewood.

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3 Responses to “Park Brothers play De la Chica and Ramirez”

  1. Edwardio says:

    I can recall with great fondness , Sergio and Edwardu Abreu playing this at Winthrop Hall ,University Of Western Australia in about 1976. They were such fantastic players finishing with the Premier Dance from Manuel de Falla the Three cornered hat. Edwardu had two Rubio’s which he played on the night and I can recall my teacher commenting that this was a brave move to change between these slightly different guitars. Lovely playing Park Brothers.

  2. Robert says:

    Terrific! Thanks for sharing. Please let me know where I can find the Russ/Parkening arrangement.

  3. Rene says:

    Love the relaxed sound of the de la Chica instrument. The Ramirez provides a nice contrast. Great playing.


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