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revendel

 

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Curro Malena Bulerias 

I was wondering if anyone could transcribe or if you already have the first falseta in the first 41 seconds of the video.

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xirdneH_imiJ

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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to revendel

Here you go, compliments of tabsflamenco.com. By any chance, do you know who the guitarist is?

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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to xirdneH_imiJ

I've been trying to find it on the file tag info, but i cant find it, if i run into it, ill post back. How on earth did you transcribe this so quick!! Your website is a goldmine.
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El Kiko

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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to xirdneH_imiJ

I like this kind of stuff , i learned a few similar falsetas .. the guitarist going by the picture , could be Antonio Carrasco,, i think

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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to xirdneH_imiJ

All I can say is for sure the falseta is Parrilla stuff.

EDIT, ah yep I was right:

http://youtu.be/WPLkNZVSyHo

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 23 2014 20:44:27
 
xirdneH_imiJ

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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to revendel

It just takes a well trained ear, after having transcribed so much stuff, it becomes very easy. I'd recommend it to any guitarist, you learn lots of stuff when transcribing.

Thanks Ricardo!
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revendel

 

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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to xirdneH_imiJ

yeah but i don't know any theory
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xirdneH_imiJ

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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to revendel

you don't need to know much if you concentrate on the tab part, it's enough if you only know the rhythm, then the rest is about finding the correct notes, positions, listening to open strings to figure out capo positions and alternate tunings...it becomes second nature :)
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revendel

 

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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to xirdneH_imiJ

What do i memorize, like keys and notes, how do i remember what a note sounds like, do i approach it like, say memorizing multiplication tables? I've tried asking this at several music stores, you know the guys that fine tune your guitar in exactly 15 seconds but all I get is 'you get used to it'. Also, not criticizing you but what kind of benefits have you gotten from transcribing like can you hear something and play it instantly?

I grew up listening to a lot of non western classical music because my parents are indian so I can pick up a rhythm in seconds and flamenco rhythms are not as complex as classical indian ones but boy I wish I could hear something and play it or at the least tune my guitar without a freaking app on my phone, its embarrassing.

Also, how much do you charge for a full transcription? I wanted Habichuela's Remate, Solea por Buleria.
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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to revendel

quote:

Also, how much do you charge for a full transcription? I wanted Habichuela's Remate, Solea por Buleria.


Check-out his website and email him from there: http://tabsflamenco.com/

The transcriptions I've bought from him are very good.
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xirdneH_imiJ

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RE: Curro Malena Bulerias (in reply to revendel

Yeah, please email me and we'll discuss details.

As you say, you hear something and can play it almost instantly. Huge benefit. Also after having gone through so much material, it's very helpful when I hear something playing in my head, and can write it down. It's great when you want to compose something.

"You get used to it" is not nice, but true. As a guitar player, you should recognize the simple chords easily, E, Am, etc. I know little about fine tuning, but when transcribing, you don't think of notes, rather you're thinking about positions and how anything can be actually played. You figure out the tuning and capo position by listening for open strings (they sound distinctively different to fretted notes), and figure out chords by listening to the lowest and highest notes. It's important to hear the order of the notes in a chord, so you can spot unorthodox positions and so on...
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