So I decided to play a little more with shooting lessons with two cameras to learn how to edit better, and I thought I’d do a couple of simple Bulerias falsetas since students always ask for those. I’d love a little feedback on whether I just went on way too long (I suspect that I did) or whether this is a good amount of detail to go into. I haven’t included any tab or notation, but at minute 7:50 I break down the notes very slowly (probably should have put that up front, huh?). If you’re not used to learning by ear I highly recommend trying it!

I played it on my Manuel de la Chica in the studio (that first part with compás) and then for the lesson part I’m playing a very cool 2012 Henner Hagenlocher blanca.

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5 Responses to “Bulerias Falsetas”

  1. Tom says:

    Good job! Very intrigued by the Chica – sounds a bit like a Barbero.

  2. Jurgen says:

    awesome Kai, thanks

  3. Jerry says:

    Thanks Kai ~ I’m hoping that you’ll also continue to do the “Flamenco February” series that you did a couple of years ago. For students learning, these short instructional clips of different traditional palos are really helpful, aside from the fact that you’re an amazing player of this style!!

  4. Joseph says:

    Kai, great video. I do NOT think it was too long — I thought it was just right.

    Joseph (North Carolina)

  5. Brian Ottenbreit says:

    I believe at one time there was another video demonstrating a basic bulerias compas. It seems to have disappeared. Any chance of bringing it back? I thought that it was a great beginning for learning the complex compas.


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