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Easiest Flamenco pieces that sound both good, and harder than they are : )   You are logged in as Guest
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joevidetto

 

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Easiest Flamenco pieces that sound b... 

I though I would put a spin on the "easiest PDL pieces" thread.

After spending weeks and months on one PDL piece - maybe it's nice to learn an easier piece that still sound really good.

As I think about this - I realize almost ALL of the great sounding pieces are full of some flash that is really hard to play.

So broadening the original question - which pieces have you learned where you said "Wow, great bang for the buck - learned a whole piece in less than a week", and it's even pretty easy to remember and sounds great.
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Ricardo

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RE: Easiest Flamenco pieces that sou... (in reply to joevidetto

I show many students some Sabicas in A minor that is fun, so long as you go normal bulerias tempo and not HIS tempo.

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rombsix

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so long as you go normal bulerias tempo and not HIS tempo.




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Piwin

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RE: Easiest Flamenco pieces that sou... (in reply to joevidetto

All the thumb-heavy stuff. It's amazing what you can do with just pim. Throw in ligados and p upstrokes and you can get some really fast and flashy phrases with minimal right-hand technique.
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Cervantes

 

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RE: Easiest Flamenco pieces that sou... (in reply to joevidetto

Even the easiest pieces can sound bad.
A lesson in humility.

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