Beuatiful Sergio - your Flamenco lessons are always appealing even for those of us who aren't into the style!
Great lesson, although I still can't execute a proper golpe. Anyone wants to do a lesson on the topic?
Great news, man!
Can't wait to learn it!
Love this series! Pieces are so cool sounding and inspiring!
Excelente leccion Sergio. Voy a ver si esta me sale. Todavia no encuentro la vuelta a poner el pulgar tan de frente, mi caida del brazo me hace incomodo un angulo de muñeca tan grande jaja.
This is beautiful! thanks
I've always been a big fan of flamenco music1, excellent as always, Sergio!
Cool series! Sounds great!
You are flamenco master man, awesome
This is so beautiful! Great lesson to start learning flamenco
Serigio .This is so good that i¨m amazed. I´m studying many of your lessons.The FULL sound of classy flamenco at the level a beginner may play!!! Thanks a lot .
some explanation on compas would be helpful
Hey Ogier. Maybe I could help You with this one. Just sent me private message with detailed questions.
Hi! Nice piece! But I also have question about the compas (would btw be nice to implementate the compas somehow in the lessons)
The first falseta somehow doesn't fit well if i play and count it. Does it start at 1 or at 1,5? (or 8 or 9 if you like). The second round starts more obvious at 1 (of 8). Saludo, Jolmer
Hi everyone, and welcome to another issue of flamenco series for beginners! Today we are going to play a little Seguiriya. This style developes its' music in cicles of five beats in Alternating Time (Simple and Compound; ¾ an 6/8). Many times singers refers to this toque as a “cante grande”, (big singing) as a synonymous of important, serious and great.
Techncically we will use some possibilities of thumb and a couple of different rasgueos, and, on the left hand, it appears some usual flamenco chords inversions and legato phrases.
Key is A phrygian.
But less talking and more playing.