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Bulería Compás

By flamenco-teacher.com
Fundamental Bulerías Compás (Rhythm Guitar)
Cost: $10.0

This quality lesson is essential for every flamenco guitarist of all levels. Ricardo breaks down 4 very fundamental patterns of playing the compás por Bulerías.

The lesson includes 9 video clips demonstrating the patterns at natural and slow speed. It also includes the guitar transcriptions and detailed description for each pattern.

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06/09/2014
Greg from Irvine, CA writes:
Easy to understand and great patterns. Thanks :)


12/03/2012
Sebastian from Germany writes:
It would be nice to have baby steps in the video (that was is written down) to follow directly, but nevertheless great rhythm patterns. One of the best Bulerias compas lessons Ive come across so far.


10/31/2011
Paul from Annapolis, Maryland writes:
Direct, to the point, very well done. The slow versions are great for breaking down the mechanics. I like the written descriptions of the beats and the "and"s. The multiple camera views are very well shot and allow you to look for subtleties. Obviously very thoughtfully put together. Not overwhelming, very managable.


08/22/2011
rebelhead writes:
Some hi res would be nice.


06/14/2011
anonymous writes:
Great vids. Excellent descriptions. What more could you ask for?


07/14/2010
Tocapuro from NC writes:
This is very helpful to me. Thanks, Ricardo


03/06/2010
kozz writes:
Thats just what I was looking for...basic compas...no fancy stuff...great!!!
Thanks!


03/05/2010
NEJC from SLOVENIA writes:
NICE. MAYBE SOME MORE VARIATIONS, BUT NICE INDEED.


11/28/2009
anonymous writes:
really useful basic patterns made clear


04/07/2009
Abe from Hawaii writes:
So far, this has been the best for exact strumming on exact compas beats in Bulerias. Nobody has done this yet. And most books out there have great falsetas, but do not take the time to teach the fundamentals. Without fundamentals, falsetas are worthless. I highly recommend this to any Flamenco enthusiast, so that they can walk before they run. Also recommended if you plan to take your bulerias to the outside world and prove to the world that you are the real deal (in compas!)


02/02/2009
El Zacko from Mexico writes:
Ricardo's lessons are always good! I learnt bulerias from a teacher in Spain a few years ago but I took this lesson to get another perspective and get confidence I was doing it correctly.


01/21/2009
anonymous writes:
This is an excellent lesson! Now I can finally learn the bulerias.


12/17/2008
Matt from WA Australia writes:
Brilliant. very very helpful. Wish I'd discovered this site a long time ago. Please can we have more Buleria patterns


11/11/2008
anonymous writes:
anonymous decided not to leave review notes.


09/10/2008
Chris writes:
Great to see the right hand from multiple angles. Would be nice to have all of the tabs in one document (ie. PDF or Word)


08/27/2008
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anonymous decided not to leave review notes.


03/05/2008
Lupe from California writes:
I' like to hear the player say each beat in the slower version.


12/23/2007
Bill Short from Salt Lake city writes:
straight forward and easy to follow. the video is great for developing a feel for a difficult rythum. I have had instruction on a group level and it was helpful, but your lesson has greatly increased my ability to achieve buleria's. I am looking forwa


12/22/2007
Aziz Raeesi from Oman writes:
Amazing.. The rythem of bulerias has many
variations. The lesson given was definetly worth it!


12/04/2007
anonymous writes:
Very clear. Thank you


10/21/2007
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10/05/2007
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09/14/2007
Jojo writes:
Excellent lesson. Essential for developing right hand technique. Also be prepared for some serious 'hammer on' practice. When you've mastered this you will start to sound like a proper flamenco player.


11/23/2006
chris from scotland writes:
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11/22/2006
tony writes:
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10/19/2006
Mohammed Baluch from Florida writes:
Bulerias is one of the most difficult rhythms to master and Senor Ricardo has done a magnificent job of breaking it down into its components so that aspiring flamenco guitarists can add it to their repertoire with some practice.


04/12/2006
anonymous writes:
Thanks for bringing me one step closer to my dream: playing bulerias.


01/27/2006
Ibish from Stockholm, Sweden writes:
I am sure that I am not the only one who have bought dvds, vhs, and books and even looked over hundreds of tabs on internet on how to play a nice and easy but stil very beatyfull bulerias.

In some few lessons Ricardo demonstrates how easy buleria-compas


11/21/2005
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11/04/2005
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08/06/2005
anonymous writes:
great throughout


07/29/2005
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07/02/2005
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06/05/2005
Jefe from PA writes:
Holy Cow!!! I was playing bulerias almost instantly... If you can play guitar than you can definitly kick on bulerias with this course.

I wondered why you recommended to play pieces 3,4,2,1 but teach it backwards... but I don't care - your the teac


04/27/2005
Hamad from Philadelphia writes:
never thought i could play this, until an hour of practicing with the videos, amazing. worth every penny.


04/18/2005
Neil Sullivan from perth wa aust writes:
As with many of the videos, this one doesn't sync on starting. The sound comes in before the image, I think?
The videos where there is some talk first don't have this problem as there is some lead-in time before the playing.
So some lead-in t


03/23/2005
Koos van Doorn from The Netherlands (Putte) writes:
An excellent way to learn the (difficult) Bulerias
The execises are not hard to learn.


01/06/2005
anonymous writes:
By far the easiest approach I've seen to teaching the Buleria


12/29/2004
anonymous writes:
anonymous decided not to leave review notes.



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