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Played slower at 140bpm and looped. Not only is this a great-sounding Bulerías falseta, it’s also a fantastic picado burst exercise. It also features some interesting phrasing and syncopation, so stay focused!
Played slow at 140 bpm and looped. We had to include at least on Paco de Lucia falseta in the course, and this one seems to have been one of Paco’s favorites, given how often he played it. There’s a lot going on, both rhythmically and technically, so take this one slow and make sure you understan...
Sabicas was famous for his minor Bulerías, and this may be his most famous falseta of all. It’s almost all picado in eight notes, and the phrases start on beat 1 and 7 instead of the more common beats 12 and 6.
This Bulerías Falseta combines arpeggio, picado, thumb and some left-hand stretches into a somewhat longer falseta than we’ve seen. It can be used as an introduction but also works anywhere else you’d play a falseta.