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So in real life you don’t spend a few weeks getting acquainted with Soleá and then jump straight into Buleria. And in fact I wouldn’t recommend trying to learn Bulerias until after a year or two of really working on the other 12-beat compáses. But everyone who hears flamenco wants to learn Buleria, so I thought I’d show you guys some simple patterns to get started. If you’re just getting started or your Buleria compás isn’t solid yet I really recommend spending a lot of time with this basic stuff before moving on – it’s trickier than it seems, and I’ve met players who’ve been studying flamenco for years and just don’t hear when they’re out of compás, so take your time, have fun, and try to just feel (and count count count) the compás so that it becomes as familiar as 4/4.
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