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Jon Boyes

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

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ORIGINAL: Florian
Sorry Jon missed your post ,if you have any probs with that link , i think i have all the ones you are after.


Hi Florian, yes I would like Moraito's Sevillanas from Morao Y Oro please.

I like this album so much I plan to buy Faucher's book of transcriptions in due course, but it won't be for a while.

jon


Tenshu - thank's for that link, i realised that I already had this (DOH!)
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Florian

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Guest

Jon heres the Moraito sevillana, sorry it took so long enjoy.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 17 2003 10:38:19
 
Florian

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Guest

Peter , I dont have that one but il ask my friends , mibe someone's got it
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 17 2003 10:40:34
 
gerundino63

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

Hi Florian

Thanks for your dedication!
Jim Opfer send it by email to me this weekend.

but, thank you very much for checking it out!

greetings, Peter.
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Billyboy

 

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

A few years ago I learnt this piece , but like a lot of modern Bulerias, without Palmas as backing, the peice as a straight solo doesen't sound that good.
Billy
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 17 2003 19:06:09
 
Florian

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Guest

Billyboy
I agree with you about that, alot of the modern stuff tends to be that way, sometimes way too much , like if you didnt have a backing compas the listener wouldnt even know what it is.
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Billyboy

 

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

La Chanca is a good example of that, without palmas it just sounds like a jumble of chords and notes, I find only traditional stuff sounds good unacompanied, with a distinctive compas, that even non flamencos, can appreciate.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 19 2003 13:00:46
 
Jon Boyes

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

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ORIGINAL: Florian

Jon heres the Moraito sevillana, sorry it took so long enjoy.


Hi Florian. Thanks for this. After having a look at this I ordered Faucher's book

I'm really into that Moraito album, and there are several pieces I'd like to study.

Faucher's transcription looks excellent and best of all, this material actually looks playable (hoorah! modern flamenco that is within the reach of mere mortals )
Jon
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Patrick

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Guest

Jon,

I also got Faucher’s Moraito book about a month ago. I have been working on the Solea and the Tango’s. I am doing the Solea intro and a falseta for the Group Solea project. Excellent transcriptions and the best part, as you said, is they are very playable by us mere mortals. What I really like about his stuff is it’s highly grounded in old style, yet has that neat modern twist.

One thing I found interesting is the guy must have rubber fingers. Some of the stretches are almost undoable for me. On the Solea, I had to tweak the fingering a hair, just to get it up to speed.

One thing I did find, is on the Tango’s intro, the transcription missed a falseta repeat that’s on the CD. If you follow the transcription, it doesn’t flow well. Just listen to the CD and you will pick it up.

Pat
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 19 2003 15:21:32
 
Phil

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Guest

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Excellent transcriptions and the best part, as you said, is they are very playable by us mere mortals. What I really like about his stuff is it’s highly grounded in old style, yet has that neat modern twist.

I have Moraito's Encuentro video and I'm searching for the tablature book that I know exists somewhere. I agree with you that his material is accessible to the average schmoe like me. On the Encuentro video and on the CD he recorded accompanying Terremoto, he plays an absolutely beautiful Malagueñas falseta using octaves and it doesn't appear to be too technically difficult. I guess I'm going to have to take a crack at by ear (and eye, since I have the video), but it would be so much easier if I had the tab (I'm a bit lazy). I think this particular falseta is destined to become a classic. I've heard a few guitarists use it in live performances. Moraito's stuff, in general, is not too technically difficult, but it's not overly simplistic either. The real problem is getting it to sound like the way he plays it. The devil is in the details, as someone once said. I guess that's what separates the pros from the amatuers.
Phil
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 19 2003 23:57:20
 
Jon Boyes

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Phil

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ORIGINAL: Phil
Moraito's stuff, in general, is not too technically difficult, but it's not overly simplistic either. The real problem is getting it to sound like the way he plays it. The devil is in the details, as someone once said. I guess that's what separates the pros from the amatuers.


Aint that the truth Phil?

I've been preparing a long post for the forum on this very subject which I'm trying to edit down to something coherent

That last comment of yours is practically word for word from my post

Jon
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 20 2003 8:45:33
 
Phil

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Jon Boyes

Jon said,
quote:

That last comment of yours is practically word for word from my post

Jon, I meant to tell you about my psychic powers, but it slipped my mind.
Phil
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 20 2003 10:45:08
 
Jon Boyes

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Phil

I keep getting these strange feelings someone is watching me...
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 20 2003 11:21:54
 
gerundino63

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

Hi!

I saw a video where Moraito explained the rompesteron falseta
very nice to watch!

http://www.duendeflamenco.com/Moraito/pg_moraito_main.htm

greetings Peter.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Dec. 10 2003 20:40:05
 
duende

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Free tomatito pdf (in reply to Florian

Hello!
Go to flamenco.ru and get a book with tab from a tomatito video
I don't remember the add but search for russian flamenco and you will find it.
it allso has a lot of old Paco de lucia and enrique de melchor falsetas

Henrik
Sweden
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Dec. 16 2003 6:30:01
 
Jon Boyes

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RE: Free tomatito pdf (in reply to duende

Bloody 'ell, this is a scan of the entire book that accompanies the Tomatito Encuentro tuition video.

...errmm fancy a discussion on ethics anyone??

Jon
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Dec. 16 2003 12:52:05
 
Escribano

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RE: Free tomatito pdf (in reply to Jon Boyes

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...errmm fancy a discussion on ethics anyone??


You're call but I would leave it be.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Dec. 16 2003 14:18:07
 
Escribano

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RE: Free tomatito pdf (in reply to duende

Welcome to the forum, Henrik of Sweden Have fun.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Dec. 16 2003 14:21:41
 
Phil

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Jon Boyes

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Bloody 'ell, this is a scan of the entire book that accompanies the Tomatito Encuentro tuition video.
...errmm fancy a discussion on ethics anyone??

Well, I've finally found the elusive book that goes with the video I have. Now, on to other matters. The nerve of those unethical scroundrels! The next thing you know they'll be posting the Moraito book or the Pepe Habichuela's or the Merengue book (there's some nice playable stuff on his video). I'd better stop talking. I don't want to give those people any more unethical ideas.
Phil (That's not my real name and I didn't download the book and nobody can prove I did).
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Dec. 17 2003 0:14:59
 
Jon Boyes

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Phil

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ORIGINAL: Phil
Well, I've finally found the elusive book that goes with the video I have.


Actually, I have to say I was rather pleased to see that the one Bulerias falsetta of Tomatito's that I had worked out from watching the video was note for note. Where's that 'chuffed' looking smiley? Ah yes:

...mind you, playing it convincingly is another matter entirely..

Jon
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Dec. 17 2003 13:54:22
 
Phil

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Jon Boyes

Jon said,
quote:

Actually, I have to say I was rather pleased to see that the one Bulerias falsetta of Tomatito's that I had worked out from watching the video was note for note.

Now that's a real confidence builder.
Phil
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Dec. 17 2003 16:55:46
 
Jon Boyes

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Phil

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ORIGINAL: Phil
Now that's a real confidence builder.


Well, yes and no Phil. I've always had a good ear and from the day I picked up a guitar I was working things out by listening. They didn't have tab in those days!

However, whilst I may have all the notes correct and even in time, somehow my rendition of anything Tomatito plays brings back memories of Rolf Harris doing 'Stairway to Heaven'...

Jon
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Dec. 18 2003 9:11:57
 
Jim Opfer

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

Hey Florian,
That TEF file was an eye opener for me , I never came across anything like that before. The bar running through the tab and the matching finger locations on the fret board below. Amazing!
I can't get into normal tab as I go a bit word blind and it stops making sense to me quite quickly, these TEF files however are a different story altogether, I feel I could pick up from these quite well. So mi amigo, please tell me more! How do I get TEF and tabs like the tangos.
Great stuff!
Cheers
Jim.
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flamenco_9

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

hiii all,....I am new here and thank u all for the help you are giving here.
I am looking for vector monge ( serranito ) tabs tef or gp and sheets for such wonderful pieces like campanilas,en la otraorilla,fantasia a sevilla,luz,pajaro campana,and poema granada....they are wonderful !
and I am offering to give any tab of flamenco I have .
thank you very much.
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rickm

 

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RE: request for tabature - Vicente A... (in reply to Guest

I HAVE A WEBSITE WITH VINCENTE AMIGO TABS ON IT, DONT KNOW IF IT IS THE SAME SONG YOU WANT, IF YOU NEED IT STILL LET ME KNOW. MY EMAIL IS
GTRR66@MSN.COM THANKS
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 23 2004 22:34:38
 
Florian

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Jim Opfer

Hi Jim , I am sorry i missed you post

Yes the Tef files are very very easy to use, They are also greate to transcribe stuff with,
i have quite alot of tef tablature let me know if u need anything il see if i can get it for you.


PS , you can also import Midi files into it and text files
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Thomas Whiteley

 

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

I have been using TablEdit for many years and use it for my web site, Handbooks and in general, all my tab work. In my collection I have about 2000 tabs which are not commercially available, things I learned over the years from others as well as original music.

TablEdit has many features and here are a few that I like for learning a new piece:

1. You can divide the new piece into sections by doing a copy to a new file. Label the files with a logical name such as Soleares Introduction, Sloeares Falseta 1, etc.

2. Play the Introduction as an example and use the Repeat function to place the piece in a loop as you play along with the Midi output.

3. Adjust the speed as required and as you learn the new piece you can increase the speed.

4. Finally, you can play along the file containing the entire piece.

There are many features within TablEdit and it is fun to learn how to use it. To be honest, it took me a while to learn and I found out it is best to start with a small project, make copies of the files and date them. So I end up with something like Intro 1-24-04, Intro 1-25-04, etc. The intent is to modify the latest copy and be able to fall back to the last one.

Completed and files in progress are kept in locigal folders. That is work folders are created for Soleares, broken down by Intro, Falseta, Llamada, Ending, etc. The completed piece is placed in its own folder.

Starting off with a plan before you do something sometimes helps!

It works for me.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 24 2004 16:35:11
 
Florian

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Jon Boyes

Oh oh , can i import notes from an old tef file and mix it in with another file withour rewriting it ? how ?
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 29 2004 1:34:18
 
Thomas Whiteley

 

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Florian

Florian;


You can take an original file and do a Save As – give it a new name and go from there. Additional material can then be added.

To start from scratch:

1. Set the Time Signature.

2. Be sure you have enough measures or add more.

3. Save it.

4. Open the first file to copy.

5. Highlight the bars to copy or press the control and A keys of your keyboard to copy the entire Tab.

6. Control C will save it.

7. Return to the new file.

8. Place the cursor on the first note of the first string and press control X to paste it.

9. Save your work (I am big on saving work.)

This works fine. You can add additional material. Take a falseta etc. from different pieces and paste it together. Always be sure you have lots of blank measures.

Is that understandable? If not let me know. Try it with a few short pieces to get the hang of it.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 29 2004 23:43:22
 
Florian

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RE: Make your request for tablature here (in reply to Jon Boyes

Thank you so much Tom very very helpfull, my pc is a mess with a million falsetas that i start on and forghet about or start something else, I have transcribed so many good falsetas the only problem is that i cant find them :)
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