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There are quite a few excellent transcribers that give away some AMAZING FULL transcriptions for free, to advertise and show the quality of their work. Here are 3 of my favorite. Please share more below : )

Most here know about Richard's work - his freebies on this link:

Gerardo Núñez – Sevilla (Vals Flamenco)
Juan Ramón Caro – Vidalita
Miguel Vargas – Jaleos Extremeños
Moraíto – Tangos de Triana ª
Niño Josele – En la Luna por Fiesta (Colombiana)
Niño Josele – The Dolphin
Paco Jarana – Sólo Compás – Seguiriya
Vicente Amigo – Roma
Vicente Amigo – Querido Metheny (Intro/Outro part)

2.) vgediciones
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PDL - La Tumbona
Solo Quiero Caminar
Reflejo de Luna
Monestario de Sal

Gerardo Nunes - Piedras Negras - Solea
Rafael Cortes - Cabalgate Del Cid - Zapateado
Vicente Amigo - Tierra

4.) Scott has shared some outstanding transcriptions with us already - here is a list of his complete pieces:

Diego del Marao - Made in Moraito
Moraito - La Nocha Flamenca
Live Fiestas de Otoño Jerez
PDL Jerezana
Parilla De Jerez - Toque por Bulerías
Tomatito - Rito y Geografía del Toque

5.) Our own John has shared some excellent transcriptions of Manolo Sanlucar
Antonio Solera - Soleá
Juan Amaya - Tangos
Juan Grecos - Siguiriyas
Manolo Sanlúcar - Recital Flamenco
Puertatierra (Alegrias)
Puerto de Málaga (Malagueñas)
Recuerdo de Javier Molina (Farruca)
Caminito de Alcalá (Soleares)
Patio Jerezano (Bulerias)
El Cañaveral (Guajiras)
Llanto Minero (Tarantas)
Castellanas (Bulerias Clásicas)
Los Caireles (Zapateado)
Pincelada (Tientos)

​Paco de Lucia - Tarantos Populares
Paco Peña - Santaurio
Pepe Fernández- A Mí Niño Joaquín (Alegrías)
Al Maestro Paco (Bulerías)
Al Maestro Paco (Outro)
Herencia de mí Padre (Soleá)
Sabicas - Arabian Dance (Zambra)
Punta y Tacon

Tomatito Rito y Geografia del Toque - Bulerías Original

Now - some of these transcriptions include notation and tab, but some DO offer extensive (left) hand fingerings and rasqueado patterns, while others are more sparse. In playing with some of these tabs, I've come to realize how dependent I am on the fingerings and rasqueado patterns - it's not always so easy to find the fingering that does justice to the falsettas or rasqueados.

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