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, .
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Carlos Montoya (13 December 1903 – 3 March 1993), a prominent Flamenco guitarist, was a founder of the modern-day popular Flamenco style of music. Carlos Montoya was born in Madrid, Spain, unto a gypsy family, on December 13, 1903. As the nephew of renowned flamenco guitarist Ramón Montoya he seemed to have been born to play Flamenco, but it was his uncle who would be his biggest obstacle, as he refused to teach Carlos the tricks of the trade.
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Style: latin-american. Osie Johnson, Carlos Montoya, Milt Hinton, Barry Galbraith - La Canción Del Olé 03:06. Carlos Montoya - Alegría-Rosa 04:01. Carlos Montoya - Guajiras 03:35. Carlos Montoya - Rondeña 04:19. Carlos Montoya - Huelva 03:15. Carlos Montoya - Café De Chinitas 03:16. Carlos Montoya - Zapateao 04:09. Carlos Montoya - Alorno Y Verdial 03:25. Carlos Montoya - St. Louis Blues (Closing) 02:54.
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