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mark74

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RE: Are these flamenquitos tangos or... (in reply to mark74

Thanks for the answer

I think the Cepero tango is capo'd on 4th fret and the the chords are a-minor, g, f, e

Not sure if that's the Andalusian cadence still when the position is changed..a musician would know
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mezzo

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RE: Are these flamenquitos tangos or... (in reply to mark74

In this hardcore flamenco juerga, they switched to trad. tangos around 4min...





...for those who were able to recognize the difference between orange and tangerine

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mezzo

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Un recorrido por los distintos estilos de rumba hoy en el programa, catalana, flamenca, de Caño Roto y más. Aporta la discografía, vinilera, uno de los pichadiscos de El Vaquilla, club de DJ que esta misma tarde han convocado una jornada de difusión de la rumba en Madrid. Madridrumba.


Duendeando - De rumbas - 13/04/13

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mezzo

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Badojoz flavor. with (it seems ta me) a killer right hand




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FredGuitarraOle

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RE: Are these flamenquitos tangos or... (in reply to mezzo

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ORIGINAL: mezzo

Badojoz flavor. with (it seems ta me) a killer right hand




They are Portuguese.

Good link Mezzo, thanks.
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mezzo

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They are Portuguese

Ah, that's why I have difficulty to understand the letras. All these U ending sonority not sound familiar with the andaluz A or O (even if I aknowledge al guruguru, al guruguru, al gurugu )

Did they sing in portugues or it's more a vernacular idioms?

I recognize some letras here and there. Like at 7'30 the guy introduced the tune with a tangos letras that I heard in Rocio Marquez if I'm not mistaken...

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FredGuitarraOle

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RE: Are these flamenquitos tangos or... (in reply to mezzo

The guitarist sang almost everything in Portuguese. That older man sang everything in Castellano. I'm assuming the other guys at the table are also Portuguese because they understood everything and were singing some parts too.

It's a mix or Portuguese and Spanish, probably the groom is from one place and the bride from the other. Badajoz is near the border and many gypsy families live on both sides (yes they never live in the same place, they are always moving around). However in the last few decades many of them have become more sedentary.


This guy is also Portuguese but performed on the streets of Cáceres for some time. I really like him, great voice and plays well too.



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mezzo

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This guy is also Portuguese but performed on the streets of Cáceres for some time. I really like him, great voice and plays well too.

Nice. Cool strumming here very solid.
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And now let's ask again from the title's post : "Are these flamenquitos tangos or rumbas?"

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RE: Are these flamenquitos tangos or... (in reply to Guest

hehe, yo aún no, pero estoy en camino a serlo.

Saludos.

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