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spyros

 

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YERMA - NUNEZ 

GERARDO NUNEZ -YERMA- AND SIEMPRE ES TARDE- Does anyone have the tab for this piece????

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Stu

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to spyros

I dont think anyone has yerma, I asked a few times but no avail.
I started transcribing it but got frustrated and stopped, If i have another go I'll share it with you.
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Adam

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to spyros

Ah! Just looking around for this tab, and this is recent...so let's see...any updates? Has anyone got it?
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 16 2007 7:30:39
 
Stu

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to Adam

I've got a bit of it I've tabbed. But its tiring. cant work out if he's playing 3 or 4 stroke tremolo. Anyone now if its played with regular tuning or E tuned to D?
Ricardo? any inside knowledge?
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 17 2007 14:42:24
 
Ricardo

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to spyros

Low C. The rest the same. I can play "yerma". Anyone tabs it, I will look and correct anything I see wrong. The bulerias I can't play, but a friend in Switzerland has tabbed it as we learned it from Gerardo himself. I just can't remember it, just some parts, but he can actually play the whole thing! Also low C.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 17 2007 21:53:33
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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 17 2007 23:02:48
 
Ricardo

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to Guest

quote:

Can you get a hold of it Ricardo? Or is it just way too hard to learn?


Yes to both.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 18 2007 1:06:48
 
Jan Willem

 

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to Guest

there's a GP5 file floating around with a little piece of siempre es tarde. Did you find this one already. In the beginning it's quite easy, but what dou you expect from gerardo, it's gets complicated as wel. (altough I never really studied the piece)

Interested shroomy?

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Adam

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to spyros

So are there any tabs one can post? :)
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 18 2007 4:27:58
 
Stu

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to Ricardo

quote:

Low C

Sorry man can you explain that.
E is tuned down to C??

stu
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 18 2007 14:07:05
 
Ricardo

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to Stu

quote:

ORIGINAL: Manzmann

quote:

Low C

Sorry man can you explain that.
E is tuned down to C??

stu

1=E
2=B
3=G
4=D
5=A
6=C

Key center moves around, but tonic is B phrygian on the first part of Yerma (like Rondeña has the lowest bass as the second scale degree). Tremolo moves from Bphrygian to E phrygian, to Gphrygian (Cminor) and resolves to C major. He repeats the beggining back to B phrygian. Second part is in C major, more or less. Bulerias is in Cminor, but bounces back and forth to E minor (B phrygian actually). He plays the second part of "Yerma" in compas for one falseta.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 18 2007 17:52:17
 
Stu

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to Ricardo

Thanks.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 20 2007 23:58:13
 
Pimientito

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to spyros

Hey Spyros

Gerardo taught us part of this last year. This is my rough tab. The chords are held a bit longer than I have written them but you can figure out from the recording how many times to play each chord. The main thing is the right hand fingering of each chord. The first chord is p + a together followed by p ,i, m then a, p, i, m.
The second chord is p, i, m, i.
The melody on the third line of tab is all played with the a finger. You have to think
a, m, i, a, a, m, i, a, a, m, i...etc and really accent that a finger
The last bit in the repeat is a, m, i, a, a, m, i, a, a, m, i, p, p, i, m, a, a, m, i etc
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 27 2007 14:48:00
 
Pimientito

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to Pimientito

Er...cant upload the JPEG. I'll send it to you.
I have transcription of siempre es tarde which i will send but it is in my horrible handwriting. Secondly it is insanely difficult to play and hard to sound good even if you learn it correctly.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 27 2007 14:50:10
 
Adam

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to spyros

pimientito, can you please send it to me, too? my name here @gmail.com!

also, for the knowledgeable what palo is this in (if any)?
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 27 2007 19:36:04
 
Stu

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to Adam

This is a Nana, which I think I've learnt, is the Spanish for lullaby.

Hey pimientito can you send to me too please?
stu.mansell@gmail.com

thanks man.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 27 2007 20:08:46
 
Pimientito

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RE: YERMA - NUNEZ (in reply to Stu

Yeah, its a Nana. Yerma is a play by Federico Garcia Lorca about a baron woman who desperately wants a baby. Lorca actually wrote music for some of his plays. I cant remember exactly how Gerardo got involved with a Lorca production but I think it comes from a scene where the woman is singing a lullaby to her imaginary child.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 28 2007 9:11:59
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