Awesome! Reminds of Vincente Amigo!
Welcome to GMC!
Awesome lesson Rodrigo.
Welcome to GMC!
Wow, cool and doable stuff! I really love this style and this comes handy for me right now Thanks!
So great to have another Flamenco instructor here! Happy first GMC lesson!
Very nice lesson, welcome to GMC!
Great first lesson! Love the harmonies. Welcome to GMC again!
Really interesting stuff Luckily I just bough new strings for my acoustic guitars
Excellent first lesson Rodrigo! Flamenco style is so cool!
Great lesson man, sounds very cool! Welcome to GMC again!
Thanks a lot guys for the comments and the welcome!! I'm really glad of being here!
Nice lesson. Sounds cool. I need to get a nylon string soon....
Camera angles are just so perfect. I loved it.
Awesome melody, Rodrigo ! Welcome
Flamenco rule, welcome once more.
Very nice lesson Rodrigo!
Thank you so much to everyone for the comments! I hope to be useful for you
Wonderful lesson, sounds awesome
I love it man. Well done
In this lesson we will discuss the origin of ‘tangos’.
The musical genre Tangos originates mainly from the region of Cadiz situated in Andalucia, on the south of Spain, but it also extends to other regions such as Sevilla, Jerez, Extremadura and Malaga. Its harmonic and melodic patterns and structure change depending on the area but the rhythm remains in 4/4. According to Blas Vega and Manuel Rios, the word ‘tangos’ comes from the onomatopoeia ‘tang’ which means ‘sound of the drum’ and is one of the rhythmic characteristics of this musical genre. In some parts of South America ‘tangosa’ refers to a gathering of the African slaves dancing to the beat of the drum which would confirm the influence of African rhythms on this musical genre. The flamencologist Domingo Manfredicano states that the tangos were popular even in the Roman Empire thanks to dancers from Andalusia
In this lesson we will use different techniques which will prove to be very useful to students. The lesson will be divided into five different parts.
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