Our Cante Play Along Series was designed to provide the missing link in most flamenco guitarists’ education - the chance to play for a flamenco singer. We've produced videos of a fantastic young flamenco singer - Antonio El Turry - with percussion but without guitar, so you can experience what it’s like to be the accompanist. We also provide tutorials for each Play Along video to show what chords you’ll need to know and how the structures of the selected letras work, along with some embellishment and other advanced ideas for each Palo. The Play Along videos themselves provide a loop of the letra with some basic information provided on the first round, after which we take away the safety net and let you learn and experiment at home.
Cante Play-Along - Fandangos De Huelva - Cante Accompaniment TUTORIAL - Part 1
Capo Required - in this video we look a the standard Fandangos de Huelva letra as well as the “Alosno,” which starts just a bit differently. We accompany with the Por Arriba chords and the capo at the third fret. Fandangos de Huelva tends to be more predictable in the Cante than some other Palos,...
Cante Play-Along - Fandangos De Huelva - Cante Accompaniment TUTORIAL - Part 2
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Capo Required - in this video we look at some traditional embellishments for the Fandangos de Huelva letra. We show you some very common traditional embellishments that are used as the chords move from one to the other, typically resolving on beat ...
Cante Play-Along - Fandangos de Huelva-Play-Along Cante and Percussion-No Guitar
Capo Required - A loop of El Turry singing both kinds of Fandangos de Huelva letras Al Tres Por Arriba (with the Por Arriba chords and the capo at the 3rd fret), this video was designed for you to be the accompanist. The first time through we show you the chords you need to know. After that the l...