As an example of the kind of lessons we have over on the Flamenco Explained website, I’ve recorded a few lessons on some the great flamenco guitars that are in stock right now. The first video deals with a bit of Moraito Buleria and explores how Moraito would string together small elements of Buleria to create an amazing bit of grooviness, and I get to play a stunning 1962 Miguel Rodriguez blanca; The next video is about feeling your distance from 10 in Bulerias – I consider this an essential element of good compás – and uses picado and alzapua, making it both a compás and a technique workout, played on a 2003 Antonio Marin blanca; And the third video is another compás and technique workout, this time with three Tangos falsetas that focus on bursts of picado, arpeggio and alzapua, played on a Stephen Hill 2A blanca. Just click on the links below each video for notation and TABS of each lesson.

Moraito – Flow – Notation/TABS

Bulerias Marin Distance From 10 – Notation/TABS

Tango Technique Workout – Notatio/TABS



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