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Alzapua

By flamenco-teacher.com
Fundamental Technique - Alzapua
Cost: $10.0

In this comprehensive lesson, Ricardo demonstrates the vibrant technique of Alzapua. After showing the mechanics of the technique, he shows you how to use it in various palos; examples used to demonstrate are Bulería, Soleá, Tangos, and Soleá por Bulería. He also explains various phrasing of Alzapua, such as triplets, slurs, traditional and popular techniques.

There are 16 video segments in this lesson and most videos include multiple angles, normal and slow speed. Additional detail is provided in the text and transcription.

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02/14/2011
anonymous writes:
The falsetas used should have been much better.


07/16/2010
Tocapuro from NC writes:
Another great lesson! Thanks.


04/29/2010
anonymous writes:
I wsh angles we're a little better. Other than that, this was amazing work.


02/21/2010
anonymous writes:
ricardo makes this (and everything else!) look effortless


02/06/2010
anonymous writes:
Well organized intro to this technique.


12/21/2009
juanpavoreal writes:
easy to follow and good video.


06/06/2009
Andrew writes:
Great lesson from the master ricardo.


04/03/2009
anonymous from Florida writes:
What I liked the most about this lesson was it was easy to understand its fundament aspects and its application of it. Great job!


07/17/2008
Kent Hillman from Canada writes:
Good clear display of rarely understood techniques.


02/13/2008
anonymous writes:
anonymous decided not to leave review notes.


12/04/2007
anonymous writes:
very well explained.


09/21/2007
Kadir Aytar from Edmonton, AB, Canada writes:
More than alzapua thecnique all the samples and the melodies are exactly like the ones that catch me at the first time. Most of the time i had to practice tons of boring studies to be able to learn the technique but this lesson was realy amazing because a


09/14/2007
Jojo writes:
Not to dificult but a nice skill to learn. Sounds great when fully mastered and played fast.More lessons using thumb skills would be good.


05/31/2007
anonymous writes:
anonymous decided not to leave review notes.


03/06/2007
paul birch from uk writes:
a little more right hand detail maybe?


02/17/2007
anonymous writes:
anonymous decided not to leave review notes.


08/11/2006
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anonymous decided not to leave review notes.


07/21/2006
anonymous writes:
This is an excellent lesson. A must have for every beginner


05/10/2006
luis writes:
Intelligently done. We need more of this well structure and thorough lesson.


05/02/2006
Simon Jose from Hobe Sound writes:
Great lesson. Broken down into nice segments which make it possible to master regardless of playing level.
All the falsetas are easily to recognize and great to know.
Thanks for the great work and thought that went into this lesson!!!


05/01/2006
anonymous writes:
This is so cool, and once more, you made it easier than it seemed.



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