Here’s a familiar face! This week, Kai teaches you the “Anatomy of a Compás,” specifically a section from the exciting Fandangos de Huelva. For those of you who aren’t aware, Kai has put together an amazing resource for those interested in learning flamenco guitar from the comfort of your own home. His site is called Flamenco Explained and hosts hundreds of lessons on all aspects flamenco, from counting out your first solea to ripping scales and rasgueados with a full band! Enjoy this mini-lesson on a beautiful 2007 Antonio Raya Pardo and check out Kai’s full catalog of lessons at

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4 Responses to ““Anatomy of a Compás” – Fandangos de Huelva”

  1. Michael Chapman says:

    Excellent explanation. Thank you

  2. Cheryl Nicowski says:

    Thank you Kai for this wonderful interpretation! Your creative approach is very helpful in learning the language of flamenco! Cheryl

  3. Very cool stuff an very clearly explained. I will watch this a few times. Thank you for posting this and the guitar sounds great. The playing is perfect and very authentic.

  4. nelson cain says:

    Great instruction. Wonderful sounding guitar.


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