Flamenco Taranta Lesson

by Al Christie

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  • Here is an Introduction to Taranta. This is a song of the Miners from the south of Spain, very serious sounding and a very good left hand exercise.

    In later videos I will explore special Arpeggios with the thumb and 3 fingers as well as special Rasgueados.

    Its such a cool technique (the hammer ons and pull offs combined) that I just had to learn it and I'm sure when you hear it for the first time, you will want to play it as well.

    This is an very typical introduction that is a standard in the Flamenco Repertoire and when you hear some of the stuff going on in the next video I do for Taranta, you will just have to learn it (nails or no nails).
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