SEVILLANAS Playlist

SEVILLANAS Playlist

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SEVILLANAS Playlist
  • Sevillanas Structure - Tutorial

    Sevillanas is the only Palo that in all of flamenco that has a fixed structure. In this video we break down how that structure works so you can better understand what all Sevillanas have in common, so that you'll always give dancers and singers exactly what they need.

  • 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.

  • Traditional Sevillanas - Tutorial

    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.

  • Sevillanas Structure With Cante - Tutorial

    If you're only going to learn to accompany one Sevillanas, A La Puerta de Toledo is a good place to start. It's by far the most commonly sung Sevillanas, and the chord changes are relatively simple. Once you've understood how this one works, any other Sevillanas you want to learn will be a matter...

  • Marchena (Sevillanas) - Performance

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.

  • Marchena - First Sevillana - Tutorial

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.
    This one is played Por Arriba (E phrygian if you're playing without a capo...

  • Marchena - Second Sevillana - Tutorial

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.
    This one is played Por Medio (A phrygian if you're playing without a capo)...

  • Marchena - Third Sevillana - Tutorial

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.
    This one is in the Taranta key (F# phrygian if you're playing without a ca...

  • Marchena - Fourth Sevillana - Tutorial

    Four Sevillanas in four different keys (E, A, F# and B phrygian). These Sevillanas are pretty advanced both technically and rhythmically, so you may want to review the Traditional Sevillanas tutorial before tackling this.
    This one is in the Granaina key (B phrygian if you're playing without a ca...