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Simple duet tabs??? 

My niece (16 from Madrid) has been playing guitar for a few years, but with studies recently has done very little. She does what I call one note at a time melodies. Titanic very often. And she has performed in front of her classmates accompanying her music professor - but very basic stuff.

However, she will be with us in Cadiz for 5 weeks to relieve college holiday boredom.

I was thinking maybe if I could find a suitable tab for a guitar duet we might be able to get something worthwhile, preferably with a flamenco flavour.

Can anyone suggest where I might find such a tab? Maybe a Sevillanas, Verdiales or Malagueña.

Cheers for any help because search as I might I cannot find anything simple enough, and my composing skills are second to none


nigel (el raton de Watford - now Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz)
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 10 2019 18:50:36

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RE: Simple duet tabs??? (in reply to flyeogh

Hi Nigel,
for what it's worth:

About a century or so ago, I used to play flamenco with a friend, and we just played the same tabs in sync. As we got better, we'd alternate at playing a falseta, with the other just strumming, then we'd play a passage unison together etc. Rather primitve, but it sounded o.k.

Have fun



El aficionado solitario
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 11 2019 18:21:28


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RE: Simple duet tabs??? (in reply to flyeogh

An idea could be that you learn the harmony/chords for the tunes she already knows, like Titanic, then you certainly could play as a duet with her.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 12 2019 19:32:54
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