El Chorruelo. Bulerías. Paco de Lucía. Luzía 1/2. = Standard tuning x Falseta 4. Capo. fret 3. 4. 2. 6. 0. (0). 5. 3. 3. 6. 5. 5. (5). 3. 5. 5. 3. 3. El Chorruelo. Bulerías Paco de Lucía Luzía Standard tuning. = x Falseta 4. Capo. fret 3. 0 (0) 6 6 5 5 (5) 2 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 3 3 5 7 5.

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Argentina living in U. Welcome to one of the most active flamenco sites on the Internet. Guests can read most posts but if you want to participate click here to eel. We receive 12, visitors a month from countries and 1.

To advertise on this site please contact us. Users viewing this topic: Are we thinking about the same guy here? And don’t make luci a race. Enjoy the ray of sunshine that comes with every new step in knowledge. Give me a break! I hope i misunderstood this.

But Diego del Morao and Not enough Aire???? I would even accept that some players have higher technical skills, but don’t mention things like Aire please. Why can’t we just teach, play or share our views from our favourite guitarists without runing others directly or indirectly down? Paco Cepero is Comedian Diego del Morao has no Aire Gerardo Nunez is a Le Vicente Amigo is Ottmar Liebert? Sometimes the most important messages can be lost in with the verbiage – I’d like to highlight this e your previous input: I’m sure I’m not the only one?

Well, i agree lcuia many points you mentioned Prof. For example the first part is absolutely correct. But between the lines, i have the feeling that you simply don’t accept any other opinion about ANYTHING other than yours, and that whenever you see such an opinion about something that may differ from yours, you feel like ep is an attack againts you or disrespect and that everyone wants to be a teacher and a “pilot” now!

Actually thats not the case.

There is a discrepancy here. I am highly interested to try to learn what you are teaching and to follow instructions without discussing about any technical aspects, just listen and learn. Because i can see that you are a top notch guitarist and teacher. But i am also a human beeing with an own opinion about other things like other players that may differ from yours.

What shall i do now?

Is that too democratic to mention it? Shall we either just shut up and pco what you teach or go to another teacher? And i also have a different opinion about Style. What you say is basically to copy a Style. But if we all do that, we will be simply cheap Copies of Paco.

We will never chhorruelo as good as Paco and we will never have a distinctive Style. So what is wrong about learning from different teachers, combine things, techniques, combine Styles and finally ADD a little bit of own personality and Style?

Isn’t that the goal of every musician Amateur or Pro, doesn’t matter?


For example you could have never reached us without internet and may only be teaching few people from Toronto. And we could never learn from your Youtube Videos. Sure, it is not as good as having a teacher LIVE sitting infront of you and hit on your fingers whenever you do something wrong.

Anyways, one disadvantage of internet is that people don’t sit face to face to talk about a subject and that could create a lot of misunderstanding. It was NOT my intention to disrespect you but i was a little bit offended as i felt that there is some disrespect going on here to other good guitarists and also because i am huge fan of Diego.

If so, i apologize. But i think a real disrespect would be if i just download your videos for free, and don’t even bother what you are talking about, just like people who come to the foro to just download tabs for free for which others put a lot of work into, and then just dissapear and who are not interested in any discussion or the forum in general. I think that would be a real disrespect no? Hi Ruben, Some of us lesser mortals want to play the guitar as a means of relaxation, for enjoyment, or for the occassional challenge and not as a means of self-flagellation.

Have you ever kicked a football? Would this game have any value? Please chill out and try to put your salient points across with brevity. Well, i think from a certain point, everyone has the criteria to have an own “opinion” about flamenco guitarists. I mean you don’t necessarily have to play like a Maestro yourself in order to be able to have an opinion.

And i don’t think that “taste” and “knowledge” should be seperated in Music. Or that its only “knowledge” which counts. Of course you should be in to flamenco and have basic knowledge.

I personally like the beauty of differences out there: For example, now that we spoke of Paco and Diego: So, is this a disrespect to Paco? Is this a disrespect to Diego? Is one “better” than the other one? No at least in my opinion. Its the whole “package” of a musician which counts imo. I admire both and many others. I would find it a real pitty if we would exclude some guitarists or Styles from beeing good, only because we have an own personal favourite.

Yes, i have favourites too. But my eyes and heart are open and i see the beauty of flamenco guitar which appears with different faces almost everywhere out there. Where do we start to define what good or bad is? Thats a difficult question. Specially in Flamenco guitar. As a total beginner you are almost lost as you even don’t know what compas is. So in that stage, almost everyone could “teach” you and you won’t find out what is good or bad habbit. You need assistance in that stage to find a good teacher to avoid learning bad technique and habbit from a self professed wannabe teacher.

But after few years of beeing deeply in to flamenco, you create some knowledge and a feeling for what is 1 flamenco and what not 2 what is correct and good technique and what not 3 who could be a good teacher and who notetc. From there, taste is also an important factor. If your goal is to learn a specific style, you concentrate on it and if you are open to all styles and want to try out everything, you learn from different sources.


Your videos are for advanced students, so i would say that most targeted students in this stage can differentiate between a good and a bad teacher.

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And i agree with you that one should deeply beeing in to something, analyse it and do everything possible, if you want to really learn it. Anyways, nice talking to you and thanks for reply. As you rightly said, internet is very useful, ;aco it is also very dangerous if you do not know how to use it properly. Hey Ruben, When you say things in this way it makes it very clear that you yourself feel that some of the teachers and online resources mentioned by Arash are not “Bonafide.

I have a feeling I know who you think is the most bonafide is. Remember flamenco guitar is not all about technique, virtuosity and innovation. There are many things that justify being called “flamenco”. I can assure you and others that may read this thread that Adam del Monte and Richard Marlow Ricardo are indeed both “Bonafide teachers” of flamenco guitar.

I have recommended them as teachers to many inquiries via email that I have recieved over the years I think its pretty simple in my opinion anyone who does something you would like to learn is a “bonafied” teacher i choreuelo need diplomas, accents, or big names mentioned to like what i like if someones taste is not “informed “enough to make his decisions I would like to ask you a question: One characteristic of a good teacher is also the quality of what he says.

RE: Bulerias “El Chorruelo” from Paco de Lucia’s Album “Luzia” – Falsetas 1 to 3

If his sentences have a high quality, he dont need to do large monologues. A few sentences suffice. That also means such a person uses words everybody understands directly. This chotruelo no teaching but nuts in the same field: NUTS Crazy mathematical analyses excessive bla bla bla and just 14 lines poor concluding remarks.

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Beginners also cant distinguish between any players quality. But to get the best results, everybody should dl as much as one can from as many teachers or better said: It is never a good idea just to focus on one viewpoint or just one style, e.

Skilled players are often not good in teaching. Many think their ways of holding the hands or doing any technique is the only right way and force the students to learn it pac way.

I think you misunderstood Jasons comment, Prof.