Taranto (intro, falsetas, ending, 13 pages scores)

"Good morning, good afternoon or good evening. My name is Juan Gomez but in the music world they call me Chicuelo. In this Taranto class we will concentrate on the dance accompaniment. The introduction already has rhythm, not like my Taranta which was free and can be interpreted individually. The Taranto has a strict compás rhythm which has to be followed to harmonize with the dancer. I‘m going to show you my introduction, my Taranto falsetas in the same rhythm and a variation with tremelo instead of arpeggios. I will also demonstrate the different parts in slow speed and next we go over to the tango part which still belongs to the Taranto. After the tremolo, my Taranto changes to Tango. After this, the Tango changes to Rumba which I will show you as well in normal and slow speed. Enjoy"


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Video: Spanish spoken, English subtitles
13 A4 pages music sheets and tabs (taranto, tremolo, tango + rumba)
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"Good morning, good afternoon or good evening, depending when you're watching. My name is Juan Gomez, but in the music world, as well as at home, they call me Chicuelo. It's a pleasure for me to collaborate in these videos and bring what I can. I'm going to demonstrate several palos divided into music for soloists and for dancing. I'll play 2 or 3 falsetas for each palo and some for dancing. I will show you several variations at normal and again at slower speed so that you can better see and understand...hope you love my guitar classes".


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