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joevidetto

 

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Share some bulerias falsetas that bo... 

So - thinking about the 'which pieces are relatively easier' question, it occurred to me that if we asked the question differently, it might yield some good information.

I had the idea that we could create different threads for the different forms, and underneath each, share some falsetas that are relatively easy - and to define 'easy' - because it's of course relative, let's just say given a whole piece, which falsetas fall in the easiest 3 to execute.

I know when I learn from a new piece - and I always try to at least put my fingers on all the falsetas - there are some that are just beyond me at a fair tempo, and others where I breathe a sigh of relief as I reach them.

Let's see how far we can get with bulerias falsetas, and if it generates enough fruit and interest, maybe we could start a similar thread on another form.

Hek - now that I'm writing this - how about just uploading your execution of the falseta and a short tutorial about it (maybe that's too ambitious)
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Fluknu

 

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RE: Share some bulerias falsetas tha... (in reply to joevidetto

That's a good idea. At my beginners level at least, I would certainly benefit from that. I have nearly no Buleria falsetas that are easy so say, but some are "easier".

What is for you a "fair tempo"? I can do all my falsetas perfectly at snail speed 100...:)

For me I would say 200 is fair.
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joevidetto

 

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I can do all my falsetas perfectly at snail speed 100...


Interesting you should say that - because if you are actually playing at a steady tempo at any speed, and in compas - you really have learned a lot imho. What are some of the falsettas you play ? By all means sharing this would allow others to help you - and maybe even for you to help others learn something new. The idea is not so far from what's already been done with the challenges - but I think the barrier to entry is minimal, so maybe more people would participate.

I think anyone willing to record themselves that can play any bulerias at steady tempo would be great - we should probably require a click track though.
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Fluknu

 

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RE: Share some bulerias falsetas tha... (in reply to joevidetto

Honnestly, I have no idea what those falsetas are. They've been taught to me by my guitar teacher. I think some parts are from Moraito, other Antonio Higuero. It's probably a mix.

I'm getting ready. I need to download a video program, cause I'm on Linux and I haven't had the need for videos. Otherwise I'll use my zoom for the sound without video. That should work.
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mark indigo

 

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Honnestly, I have no idea what those falsetas are. They've been taught to me by my guitar teacher. I think some parts are from Moraito, other Antonio Higuero. It's probably a mix.

post em up and we can play spot the moraíto falseta!

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post em up and we can play spot the moraíto falseta!

How about this one?



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Ricardo

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RE: Share some bulerias falsetas tha... (in reply to joevidetto



This one is solea...but can be used like bulerias thanks to the synchopation, think of metronome as 12-2-4-6-8-10.



These two are not bad...the picado one is easy if you make it a ligado passage instead.



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mt1007

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RE: Share some bulerias falsetas tha... (in reply to joevidetto

This cat puts out some quality vids, enjoy man:

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