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Aretium

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Tomatito Bulerias compas question 



at around 1:40 tomatito does something strange, does he miss a half compas? whats happening here?
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 1 2013 0:26:02
 
FredGuitarraOle

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RE: Tomatito Bulerias compas question (in reply to Aretium

He lost himself, I guess he forgot what to do next. He usually does a cool alzapua on that part. Amazingly he keeps the compás correct, if you count it in 6's. As you said, he missed half a compás. If you count it in 12's, he stopped playing at 10 and the alzapua he usualy plays was suposed to start at beat 1. He then picked up at beat 7, which is the same as beat 1 if you count it in 6's.

I find this pretty amazing, how someone can keep compás even when they lose themselves. This is just one proof how this guys have the compás "tatooed" on their souls.


EDIT:
Please someone correct me if I'm wrong. I counted this about a dozen times, but one can never be too certain.
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tele

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RE: Tomatito Bulerias compas question (in reply to Aretium

I consider that break almost like it's intentional. Sort of fitting

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guitarbuddha

 

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RE: Tomatito Bulerias compas question (in reply to tele

quote:

ORIGINAL: tele

I consider that break almost like it's intentional. Sort of fitting


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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 2 2013 1:51:10
 
Leñador

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RE: Tomatito Bulerias compas question (in reply to Aretium

Is this rotterdam also? Damnit, I'd kill to go to that school........

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bursche

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RE: Tomatito Bulerias compas question (in reply to guitarbuddha

quote:

When you got lemons make lemonade.


Hahahaha Olé Tomate! He got a taste of the good green stuff from Amsterdam I guess.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 2 2013 8:41:11
 
Harry

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RE: Tomatito Bulerias compas question (in reply to Aretium

Same thing happens to the maestro in this performance for the ages at 7:47. He usually does a sweep with the ring finger back to A. Obviously, he does not miss a beat.



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LaVaquera

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RE: Tomatito Bulerias compas question (in reply to Aretium

This such a good video in so many ways. I can see exactly what his hands are doing. It helps me in my guitar playing.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 8 2013 0:16:37
 
Erik van Goch

 

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RE: Tomatito Bulerias compas question (in reply to Leñador

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ORIGINAL: Lenador

Is this rotterdam also? Damnit, I'd kill to go to that school........


Thanks for the compliment but no it isn't. This is part of a Dutch music program called "vrije geluiden" (meaning free sounds) specialized in classical, jazz and worldmusic. It was recorded in Amsterdam.

As far as the gab is concerned i second FredGuitarraOle. In my ears the whole performance is a struggle, which probably has more to do with personal discomfort and the early recording time then with "the good green stuff from Amsterdam"......

.....but just in case it was, here's a warning (and one of my all time favorites):

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Diegorowan

 

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RE: Tomatito Bulerias compas question (in reply to Aretium

heres what I got for tomatito bulerias hope it helps man



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