Flamenco Solea Lesson

by Al Christie

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  • This is an introduction to a Traditional Solea (which means solitude in Spanish)which is a basic form of Flamenco, of which a lot of other forms derive there structure.
    The Rhythm Compas is counted 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 with accents on the 3,6,8,10 and 12.

    Which means you have to tap these beats or they can be part of a Rasgueados (brushing your fingers across the strings)
    But if you think of it in 3/4 time to begin with, later when we get more complex I will explain in more detail the theory.
    The first thing is just to try to play it.
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