All the Free Videos -  Playlist

All the Free Videos - Playlist

This playlist hosts all our videos available for free to everyone. This includes the glossary, and several other genres of short clips.

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All the Free Videos -  Playlist
  • Introduction to Compas - Free Tutorial

    Here we look at how the concept of compás works as well as some of the various meanings of this word that is so very central to flamenco.

  • Solea Compas Examples - Performance

    Watch this to see what we'll be covering in the Solea Compás examples tutorial.

  • Moraito Bits - 1962 Miguel Rodriguez

    Guitar: 1962 Miguel Rodriguez (https://tinyurl.com/y73wkuad)
    Here's Kai Narezo with a Flamenco Explained lesson on some great Bulerias material by Moraito that helps understand how bits of compás flow into one another. Kai plays a stunning 1962 Miguel Rodriguez flamenco blanca.

    Huge thanks t...

  • Distance from 10 - 2003 Antonio Marin

    Guitar: 2003 Antonio Marin Montero (https://tinyurl.com/y7lmdql5)
    Here's Kai Narezo with a Flamenco Explained lesson about practicing picado and alzapua technique while also practicing your Bulerias compás. Kai plays a 2003 Antonio Marin Montero flamenco blanca.

    Huge thanks to Jurgen Reisch ...

  • Tangos Technique Workout - 2018 Stephen Hill 2A

    Guitar: 2018 Stephen Hill 2A Blanca (https://tinyurl.com/yd54q95l)
    Here's Kai Narezo with a technique workout for picado, arpeggio and alzapua in the Tangos compás. Kai plays a great new 2018 Stephen Hill 2A flamenco blanca.

    Huge thanks to Jurgen Reisch for use of his beautiful studio space!

  • Anatomy of a Compás - Fandangos de Huelva (2007 Antonio Raya Pardo)

    There’s a moment in the Fandango de Huelva that is very distinctive but also very confusing for many players. It’s a specific way of closing the Letra or a falseta that starts on the four (if you’re counting in sixes) and that has as many variations as there are players. In this video we look at ...

  • Anatomy of a Compás - Soleá (1971 Manuel de la Chica)

    This video looks at how we build compás in Soleá using a few essential building blocks. From one of the most traditional ‘escobilla’ melodies have been built thousand upon thousands of Compases, and we look at how it’s been done and how you can learn to do this yourself. And along the way we look...

  • Friday Falseta - Alegrias Escobilla Falseta - Performance - Free

    Get your triplets going with this Alegrías Escobilla Falseta - traditional-ish with a lot of emphasis on the left hand.

  • Friday Falseta - Solea Falseta by Moraito - Performance

    Friday Falseta - Soleá Falseta by Moraíto - Performance

  • Friday Falseta - Alegrías Falseta Minera Chords - Performance

    Friday Falseta - Alegrías Falseta Minera Chords - Performance

  • Friday Falseta - Seguirilla Escobilla - Performance

    Friday Falseta - Seguirilla Escobilla - Performance

  • Friday Falseta - Solea Falseta for Dance - Performance

    Friday Falseta - Soleá Falseta for Dance - Performance

  • The Tale of the Cursed Claws

    If you dare... watch to the end to witness Kai Narezo's undertaking of the cursed claws in this nail maintenance guide for guitarists.

  • Campanilleros - Holiday Falseta Tutorial

    Here’s a beautiful falseta for Campanilleros - one of the flamenco Christmas songs that usually has lyrics relating to the Nativity. This particular falseta has a lovely simple melody that isn’t as easy to play as it sounds, so it’s a great study for smoothness in both hands and for coordinating ...

  • Friday Falseta - Bulerias falseta by Quique Peredez - Performance

    Friday Falseta - Bulerías falseta by Quique Peredez - Performance

  • Friday Falseta - Seguirilla - Three Sabicas Falsetas Performance - FREE

    Friday Falseta - Seguirilla - Three Sabicas Falsetas Performance

  • Friday Falseta - Tangos - Enrique Melchor Falseta Performance

    Friday Falseta - Tangos - Enrique Melchor Falseta Performance

  • Traditional Sevillanas - Performance

    These Sevillanas for solo guitar are great for learning Sevillanas, working on your technique and accompanying dance, too. Learn one at a time, and each one will be easier than the previous one as you get the hang of the structure.

  • Solea Guitar Solo 1 - Performance

    Solea is the oldest of the flamenco forms and having a good understanding of Soleá will help you in all aspects of flamenco. Plus, it's traditional for guitarists to start here. This solo covers all of the essential concepts and techniques that we will look at in other videos.

  • Tangos 1 Guitar Solo - Performance

    Watch this to see what we'll be covering in the Tangos Introduction lesson or to refresh your memory once you've gone through the lesson.

  • Taranta - From The Forums - FREE

    Taranta - From The Forums - Kai answers a question from the forums in this video about Tarantas.

    The question is: "I’m wondering if Kai (or anyone else) has other favorite/traditional chord shapes/progressions in this key? I’m also curious whether there is a name for the Tarantas position lik...

  • Rondeña Tuning Chords and Voicings - FREE

    Some quick tips on Rondeña, in C# Phrygian to get you going before the full palo release including tuning, chords and voicings.

  • Compás Loops - 12s - With Click Accent on 7 & 8 - 240 BPM

    This compás loop is a very simple 12-beat compás suitable for Bulerias. This version has a metronome click with accents on beats 7 and 8 to help you find your way in the compás. There is no variation in the compás, so if you can train yourself to hear the compás you should be able to lock in and ...

  • Compás Loops - 12s - With Click Accent on 7 & 8 - 220 BPM

    This compás loop is a very simple 12-beat compás suitable for Bulerias. This version has a metronome click with accents on beats 7 and 8 to help you find your way in the compás. There is no variation in the compás, so if you can train yourself to hear the compás you should be able to lock in and ...