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Soleá por Bulerías. Progressive studies for Flamenco Guitar by Mehdi Mohagheghi

Soleá por Bulerías. Progressive studies for Flamenco Guitar by Mehdi Mohagheghi

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Soleá por Bulerías progressive studies.

Series of 40 Soleá por Bulerías studies for flamenco guitar, suitable for all levels. Measures and falsetas (variations) are gradually studied, reaching the right level to play falsetas of the artists like Enrique de Melchor, Tomatito, Gerardo Nuñez... Once you dominate all the studies, you will be able to play your own pieces mixing different falsetas studied in this DVD.

Book/DVD CONTENTS:

Soleá por Bulerías

Study 1: The first 6 beats

Study 2: Beats 6-12

Study 3: Beats 6-12 using arpegios

Study 4: One complete “compás”

Study 5: Another complete “compás”

Study 6: Another complete “compás”

Study 7: A complete “compás” using arpegios

Study 8: Another complete “compás” using arpegios

Study 9: A complete “compás” using double arpegios

Study 10: Another example using double arpegios

Study 11: A complete “compás” using Rasgueos

Study 12: An example with two complete “compás” using arpegios

Study 13: An example of starting with beat 12

Study 14: Another example of starting beat 12

Study 15: An example with two complete “compás”

Study 16: Another example with two complete “compás”

Study 17: An example using double arpegios and ligados

Study 18: Another example

Study 19: Another example

Study 20: An example with two complete “compás” , the second “compás” being the answer to the first “compás”(question)

Study 21: An example that ends with Alzapua

Study 22: A complete “compás”

Study 23: Another example

Study 24: An example with two complete “compás” using arpegios

Study 25: A complete “compás” with syncopation

Study 26: Another example with syncopation

Study 27: An example with extensive ligados

Study 28: An example with extensive ligados

Study 29: An example with two complete “compás” using extensive ligados and double arpegios

Study 30: An example with two complete “compás” using p/i and double arpegios

Study 31: An example using Alzapua

Study 32: A more complicated example

 

Falsetas:

Falseta 1: A traditional falseta using ligados

Falseta 2: A modern falseta which can be used as an introduction , Gerardo Núñez

Falseta 3: A falseta with syncopation by Mehdi Mohagheghi

Falseta 4: A modern falseta using Alzapua . Enrique de Melchor

Falseta 5: A modern falseta , Tomatito

Falseta 6: A falseta using Alzapua , Oscar Herrero

Falseta 7: A falseta with a complicated rhythm , Mehdi Mohagheghi

 

Ending :

Ending 1: A rhythmic “compás” to end Solea por Buleria

Full compatibles with all countries (PAL and NTSC)

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Soleá por Bulerías progressive studies.

Series of 40 Soleá por Bulerías studies for flamenco guitar, suitable for all levels. Measures and falsetas (variations) are gradually studied, reaching the right level to play falsetas of the artists like Enrique de Melchor, Tomatito, Gerardo Nuñez... Once you dominate all the studies, you will be able to play your own pieces mixing different falsetas studied in this DVD.

Book/DVD CONTENTS:

Soleá por Bulerías

Study 1: The first 6 beats

Study 2: Beats 6-12

Study 3: Beats 6-12 using arpegios

Study 4: One complete “compás”

Study 5: Another complete “compás”

Study 6: Another complete “compás”

Study 7: A complete “compás” using arpegios

Study 8: Another complete “compás” using arpegios

Study 9: A complete “compás” using double arpegios

Study 10: Another example using double arpegios

Study 11: A complete “compás” using Rasgueos

Study 12: An example with two complete “compás” using arpegios

Study 13: An example of starting with beat 12

Study 14: Another example of starting beat 12

Study 15: An example with two complete “compás”

Study 16: Another example with two complete “compás”

Study 17: An example using double arpegios and ligados

Study 18: Another example

Study 19: Another example

Study 20: An example with two complete “compás” , the second “compás” being the answer to the first “compás”(question)

Study 21: An example that ends with Alzapua

Study 22: A complete “compás”

Study 23: Another example

Study 24: An example with two complete “compás” using arpegios

Study 25: A complete “compás” with syncopation

Study 26: Another example with syncopation

Study 27: An example with extensive ligados

Study 28: An example with extensive ligados

Study 29: An example with two complete “compás” using extensive ligados and double arpegios

Study 30: An example with two complete “compás” using p/i and double arpegios

Study 31: An example using Alzapua

Study 32: A more complicated example

 

Falsetas:

Falseta 1: A traditional falseta using ligados

Falseta 2: A modern falseta which can be used as an introduction , Gerardo Núñez

Falseta 3: A falseta with syncopation by Mehdi Mohagheghi

Falseta 4: A modern falseta using Alzapua . Enrique de Melchor

Falseta 5: A modern falseta , Tomatito

Falseta 6: A falseta using Alzapua , Oscar Herrero

Falseta 7: A falseta with a complicated rhythm , Mehdi Mohagheghi

 

Ending :

Ending 1: A rhythmic “compás” to end Solea por Buleria

Full compatibles with all countries (PAL and NTSC)

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