Beginner

Resources for people with beginner level.


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 ...


In this chapter number 9 about the touch for bulerias, we are going to see how to put the rasgueo intelligent to close the compás. This type of rasgueo is one of the most used today by all flamenco guitarists. We will play it in slow time and then in […]

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 9 – ...


Today we are going to see the eighth tutorial to learn to play bulerias in initial levels. We will see a closing by bulerias that the teacher already did “Sabicas”. It is a very typical resolution. We will play it in slow time and then in normal time and I […]

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 8



In this seventh #tutorial of “how to learn to play #bulerias”, today we are going to close the compass with a very traditional ornament. We will also see a very common beginning of compás in bulerias. We will play it in slow time and then in normal time and I […]

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 7


In this sixth #tutorial of “how to learn to play #bulerias”, today we are going to make an evolution of the simple rhythm that we have worked these days. We will see how to make the bulerias rhythm with more air, to avoid the monotony of the beginner’s touch. We […]

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 6


In this fifth #tutorial of “how to learn to play #bulerias” with the #guitarra #flamenca we will see how to play what we have learned so far with a flamenco metronome (flamenco clock) for bulerias. We will play it in slow time and then in normal time and I will […]

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 5



In this fourth tutorial on how to play bulerias for beginners we will see the importance of knowing how to carry the compás with the foot when playing bulerias. We will wear the foot in the even numbers of the compass, although there are many ways to wear it, I […]

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 4


Today we are going to continue with the third tutorial on how to learn to play bulerias for flamenco beginners. We will continue explaining the basic touch of this flamenco form. With some more complex exercises from last week.       

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 3


Today we are going to play the chords of the song “Di mi nombre” by the artist “Rosalia”. We will see the rhythm and the basic chords of the song “Di mi nombre”. It’s very easy to play as it doesn’t use flamenco tangos, it’s just a trap.   

Rosalia – Di mi nombre – GUITAR CHORDS



Today we are going to continue with the second tutorial on how to learn to play bulerias from scratch for all those who want to start playing bulerías. We will continue explaining the basic soniquete for the development of the toque por bulerías.       

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 2


Today we are going to see how to start playing bulerías from scratch for all those who want to start playing bulerías. We will see the basic soniquete to play bulerías, as well as the basic chords of bulerías.       

Learn to play by Bulerias – Nº 1




Today we are going to see the second part of how to play Bulerias at 6. We will see several examples of rhythms by bulerías at 6 and we will give several tips to continue working with this type of sherry compass. The compass of Bulerias de Jerez is one […]

How to play bulerías at 6 – Part 2


Today we are going to see the fourth arpeggios tutorial by bulerias; we will play it in normal, slow time and we will also make a detailed explanation of the exercise. Arpeggios are a very important part of modern bulerías, they serve to make falsetas, introductions and also to accompany […]

How to play arpeggios by bulerias Nº 4


In this flamenco guitar video tutorial, we are going to see the bulerías arpeggios. In this third edition we will see a typical arpeggio for bulerías; we will play it in normal time, slow and I will explain it, all along with the flamenco metronome or flamenco clock.    […]

How to play arpeggios by bulerias Nº 3