ADVANCED Playlist

ADVANCED Playlist

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ADVANCED Playlist
  • Palmas - Seguirilla

    The hardest part of doing palmas for Seguirillas is really understanding the Seguirillas compás, so here we look at both.

  • Palmas - Contratiempo

    In this lesson we look at how contratiempo works and how to practice playing the contra without getting lost!

  • Flamenco is Modular - Tutorial

    In this lesson we look a how one compás flows into the next and also how parts of a compás can flow into one another - basically how flamenco works. This is crucial for improvising in flamenco.

  • Palmas - Overview

    Here we look at a bit of technique for palmas and then look at the various patterns we use for some of the more common Palos, including Soleá, Soleá por Buleria, Buleria, Alegrias, Seguirillas and more.

  • Overview of Flamenco Palos (styles) - Tutorial

    A really quick introduction to the basic flamenco forms, including Soleá, Soleá por Buleria, Buleria, Tientos, Tangos, Rumba, Alegrias, Seguirilla, Guajiras, Farruca, Colombiana, Taranto, Taranta and Fandango de Huelva. Not all of the Palos, but a good intro to some of the more common ones.

  • Palmas - Bulerias

    This is what you've been working towards - palmas patterns for Bulerias. It's a lot like the other 12-count patterns, but a lot faster!

  • Bulerias Compas - Tutorial

    Start here if you're ready to dive in to Bulerias. The better you train your right hand to stay in compás regardless of what the left hand is doing, the better and more reliable your compás will be.

  • Buleria Bit #1 - Tutorial

    There's nothing else in flamenco guitar that is more confusing to guitarists learning Buleria. It's a little confusing at first, but we have a trick to teach your right hand to keep it under control.

  • Buleria 1 - Guitar Solo - Tutorial

    This Bulerias guitar solo features a bunch of Kai's falsetas which cover some really important aspects of Buleria phrasing and a lot of techniques including, thumb, picado, arpeggio, alzapua and rasgueado. This one gets a little syncopated!

  • Bulerias Compás - 2 Count - Tutorial

    Bulerias often goes into a 2-feel compás that can last for a while. Here we look at how stay on top of that groove and one of the more traditional 2-feel Buleria bits that I generally associate most with Moraito and Tomatito, though really they're quite traditional.

  • Marchena (Sevillanas) - Performance

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.

  • Marchena - Third Sevillana - Tutorial

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.
    This one is in the Taranta key (F# phrygian if you're playing without a ca...

  • Marchena - Fourth Sevillana - Tutorial

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.
    This one is in the Granaina key (B phrygian if you're playing without a ca...

  • Marchena - Second Sevillana - Tutorial

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.
    This one is played Por Medio (A phrygian if you're playing without a capo)...

  • Marchena - First Sevillana - Tutorial

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.
    This one is played Por Arriba (E phrygian if you're playing without a capo...