Hablando sobre flamenco

Today in “talking about flamenco” I will talk about the main tonalities with which flamenco is played. I will also talk about the different types of rhythms (soniquetes) that flamenco has, highlighting the main ones, such as tangos, bulerias, solea, seguirilla, alegrias…    

Tonalidades y soniquete – Talking about Flamenco Nº 5

Today we are going to continue talking about flamenco and more specifically about what is a call, a brush and a silence. I will explain how I understand it and give an example of each. I will regularly make a video about the flamenco dictionary as it is one of […]

Flamenco Dictionary – Talking about Flamenco

Today we are going to analyse Rosalia’s new song “Juro que” from a flamenco point of view. Who has inspired her to create this Flamenco Tango.       

Rosalia – Juro Que – Flamenco Analysis

Today, when talking about flamenco, we will see (above) the list of flamenco songs, their origin and genealogy. I will also explain, in my opinion, the difference between bulerias, solea and solea por bulerias.       

Flamenco songs – Talking about flamenco nº 3

Complete list of terms: http://www.flamencopolis.com/archives/2160 Today we talk about the most common flamenco terms, for example: “Que es una escobilla”, but there are many more; cante pa`lante, cante pa`tras, cierre, silencio, falseta?       

The flamenco dictionary – Talking about flamenco no. 2

Today we will talk about the bulerias dance, about the importance of accompanying the bulerias dance in order to improve the accompaniment to the singing and to improve the compás, since in the accompaniment to the dance the two disciplines are practiced in their entirety. In addition you acquire many […]

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 18 – Let’s ...

Today we are opening a new section, which we will call: “Talking about flamenco”. In this new section I will talk about flamenco, giving advice, tips and much more about guitar, dance, singing and flamenco. Today we are talking about “Los Zambo”.       

Talking About Flamenco – Nº 1