All of our Alegrías content in one place, including courses, falsetas, accompaniment and more.

  • Alegrias Explained

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    In Alergias Explained we explore every aspect of a danced Alegrias with the help of Bailaor (dancer) Manuel Gutierrez and Cantaor (singer) Jose Cortes. No Palo has more different sections than the Alegrias, and we look at all of them, including the Salida, the Letras, the Escobilla, the Silencio,...

  • Alegrias Falsetas Playlist

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    Alegrías Falsetas Playlist including: tutorials, performances and loops.


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    From just getting started to improvising your own variations, we have everything you need to get in compás, stay in compás, and make you compás playing as interesting as your falsetas!

  • Accompanying Cante in Alegrias

    Kai Narezo and Jesus Montoya play through all of the important elements of a sung Alegrías. They cover the Tiri-ti-tran, the letra, coletilla, Bulería de Cádiz and an Estribillo while showing you the guitar chords and where in the compás the letras begin. We should note that this is not the struc...

  • Cante Play-Along - Cante Accompaniment TUTORIAL - Part 1 - Alegrias in E

    No capo required. In this video we look at how to accompany a standard Alergias letra with Tirititran and Cletilla. Alegrias is most commonly played in E Major, and in this video we show you how to accompany the letra in this key two ways - a simpler way that involves only two chords (yep - just ...

  • Cante Play-Along - Alegrias -Play-Along Cante and Percussion - No Guitar

    A loop of El Turry singing an Alegrias with percussion but without guitar, this video was designed for you to be the accompanist. The first time through we show you the chords you’d use to accompany in the key of E Major. After that the letra loops and you’re on your own! You can play in the key ...

  • Cante Play-Along - Cante Accompaniment TUTORIAL - Part 2 - Alegrias in C

    Capo required. In this video we look at how to use the chords of C Major to accompany the same Alegrias letra we had accompanied in E Major. By placing the capo at the 4th fret we stay in the same key (E Major), but using different chord shapes. And we see how in flamenco it’s common to accompany...