Seguirillas Explained - Compás 1 - Counting and Llamada - TUTORIAL
Am I in Compás? - Playlist • 8m 26s
In this video we look at the Llamada por Seguirillas as a way to really understand how to count and feel the compás. Seguirillas is built on the same 12-beat foundation as Soleá, but we feel and count it in a very different way, so this is a great place to start. We also look at one of the most common mistakes players make when they start learning Seguirilla and how to avoid it!
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In this video we get into the basic compás of Seguirillas and how to flow from the llamada into the compás and back again. By the end of this video you should have a solid understanding of how Seguirilla feels and how it works.
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If you’re feeling good about your Seguirilla compassions it’s time to start learning some compás variations and some new chord voicings so your compás will sound a little more interesting and you’ll have more options.
Fandangos de Huelva - Palo & Compás
Fandangos de Huelva (not to be confused with many of the other Fandangos) is one of the lighter Palos and a lot fun to play. The groove is similar Sevillanas and the coplas (verses) are generally pretty predictable, so it’s a perfect Palo to get your feet wet accompanying the cante.