Malaguena

by Dejan Farkas

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  • Hi GMC, and welcome to Malaguena.

    Malaguena, or Spanish dance, is named after the town of Malaga in south of Spain. It is in triple meter and similar to fandango.

    The piece has two tempos, the main theme (Parts 1 and 7) are played in 120 bpm, while the improvisation (solo) is in slower tempo (90 bpm).

    This tune is suitable for beginners and intermediate players. It has following elements: melody played with thumb, chords, APOYANDO soloing and at the end the TREMOLO technique.

    Hope you like it :)

    Key signature: E Major

    Time signature: 3/4

    Tempo: 120 bpm and 90 bpm

    Have fun! :)

    Dejan

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