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jmg12

 

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Practising with Samuelito 

Hi, great video , he explains his way of counting Buleria , interesting


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JasonM

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RE: Practising with Samuelito (in reply to jmg12

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he explains his way of counting Buleria , interesting


I feel like he might have confused some folks though by saying to count in 2’s or 3’s with an “open ended feel”, versus a base of 6 or half Compás with a quarter note / dotted quarter feel. I get his point but Ricardo has a more refined way of explaining it.
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Ricardo

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RE: Practising with Samuelito (in reply to jmg12

1 hr 14 min. How about a time stamp?

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RE: Practising with Samuelito (in reply to jmg12

from 01:12:24 for example
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RE: Practising with Samuelito (in reply to jmg12

Yes, simply put the twos feel has to be phrased in groups of 3, and the threes feel must be phrased in groups of 2. Otherwise it is easy to get lost in either of the two....so easy in fact there exist many examples of guitar falsetas that don’t square out to 6. The palmas he shows don’t work in those cases, in other words. And the guys making the “error” are paco de Lucia, niño Miguel (repeat same live as on tape), Sabicas, niño ricardo, etc. So 2x3 or 3x2 is the safe way to go.

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