Exercícios para criar integridade corporal - It's All About The Center
- Nome do Artista:
- Narisco Saul
- Título da música:
- Nicanor Paredes
- Album Title:
- No Tango
- Website de artista:
From website - loosely translated: Born in Buenos Aires on June 21, 1957. He began studying music in 1965 starting with the piano and later dedicated to the electric guitar. In 1975 he began to study classical guitar and harmony and in 1977 entered the Juan José Castro Provincial Conservatory, having as teachers Enrique Belloc, Graciela Pomponio, and Pedro Miguel Angel Girollet Chiambaretta among others. Graduated in 1985 with the title of Senior Lecturer of Guitar. Since 1978 works in popular music. In 1979 he began studying jazz with guitarist Mario Andreola. Since 1980 he is professor at the Universidad del Salvador, (Faculty of Music Therapy) and since 1988 the Conservatorio Municipal Manuel de Falla.
- This next series is about body integrity,
which has been my special thing.
- We’ve studied a lot about
what makes movement beautiful…
- ..and there are a whole ton of things.
- But, I think that the most important one is
moving from the center, around your center.
- Because of that, I’ve worked very successfully
with a lot of our students,…
- ..the ones that are willing to suffer with it,…
- ..to create this understanding of how to move.
- And I’ve created some exercises for them...
- ..which I think are going to be
pretty hard to show on video…
- ..but we’re going to cheat as much as we can...
- ..and do the best we can to get you to
understand what I’m trying to do.
- The first one is just about moving from the centre.
- And I think, for that, you’re going to
have to tuck in and tighten up.
- N: The sacrifices he makes because we care about you.
D: Actually, I did that order wrong.
- I should tuck in before I tightened, right?
- N: Right.
D: Minor details.
- So keep going.
- So really what it’s about is he's going to engage his -
so when I do this with our students, I say…
- ..“Make your hand into a spear.
Touch me, inside my - "
- ..."under my flab,
right into my muscle"…
- ..and then I have them feel my muscle engaging,
as I lift my arm.
- Well that’s almost - I can’t get you to do that.
- I can’t figure out how to get each of you -
if you come see me I’ll do it with you.
- Extend your arms, 4000 miles.
- Yes. Otherwise, I can’t figure out how.
- So, what I’m going to do is show it to you on David.
- So, I’m going to touch in here and
see if you can’t see him engaged.
- And then the idea is he engages here,
it travels up his body -
- Watch the mic.
- I wasn't going to touch the mic.
- Keep going.
- It engages here and
he’s a lot harder than I am...
- ..travels up his body and then that’s
what makes his arms move.
- It’s kind of like magic.
- So let me try it from this side
and have him do that.
- So engage and then go.
- And I don’t know if you can see that?
- Let me get him over here.
- Okay, you touch your own body like that
so that my hand isn't in the way.
- It gets in…
- D: ..rises up...
N: And then let it rise the other…
- ..and then raises the arm.
- So, I hope that you could see that.
- If you can see it, practice it.
- Practice it by taking one hand and holding tight,
here in your belly…
- ..and then feeling the energy go up
until it hits your back…
- ..and then from your back,
as well, it raises your arm.
- If you come to me, I’ll do it with you.
- I know it’s really hard.
- But I also know it’s the single biggest thing
to making your movement more beautiful.
- Thank you.