Flamenco Guitar Lessons Online School

Flamenco Guitar Lessons reveals secrets, tips and tricks for mastering flamenco guitar, through a set of very comprehensive video tutorials on: Harmony, Techniques, Styles (Palos) and Nails. The technically rich Iberian legacy brought every single classical guitar technique into the world of flamenco. That’s why the flamenco guitarists today are on the technical front lines, widening flamenco language and achieving the impossible. On the other hand, the strict classical guitar world, waiting for some piece to be written to embed the technique into the classical guitar heritage, is still late to adopt many fantastic flamenco techniques. Therefore Flamenco Guitar Lessons explores the most important from both worlds.

A special software called Flamenco Loop Player, will enable you to effectively learn flamenco rhythm (compás) by playing along the highest quality flamenco percussion samples of: cajón (hand drum), palmas (claps), shaker, djembe, congas, bongos, maracas...and all the most used percussion instruments in flamenco. Every beat is marked with a yellow vertical line, and every group of beats to consider while counting is highlighted with green, so you can easily understand the accents seeing exactly what is where, and develop an inner feeling for the rhythm...:

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Flamenco Loop Player™ Subscription offers access to Flamenco Samples Database in 4 separate sample players: Bulerias, Rumba, Tangos, Alegrias

 

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Theory - Intervals - Chords
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Techniques

Picado - Arpegio - Termolo - Rasqueado - Alzapua
Styles

Styles

Bulerias - Tangos - Alegrias - Rumba - Entre Dos Aguas
Nails

Nails

Forming & Maintaining - Fixing & Hardening

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Hamanino Albahraini Bahrain

Spanishguitarschool.com is hands down, the BEST resource for learning Flamenco guitar. Nicolas is one of best Flamenco players in the World, just read his bio! He will ALWAYS answer your chat or email to help you access the best resources for any questions you have. The loop player is soooooooo helpful in mastering the Compass, there are SO many variations for almost any situation you may encounter when preforming. If you can’t play in the Compass, you can’t play Flamenco, and the loop player is the most amazing tool that will take your knowledge and mastery of world rhythms from 0 to 1000. If you’r like me and grew up in a culture without Spanish music, you know how it feels to have no clue how to begin learning Flamenco. Spanishguitarschool.com is a perfect place to start. There is everything from beginner to advanced tutorials in all styles, techniques, theory, and even musical history of the flamenco guitar. Along with the core lessons, which are amazingly helpful, there is an entire blog that will help educate you on EVERY aspect of Flamenco, including stories of Nicolas’s personnel encounters with legends of flamenco, including Paco de Lucia! But, the most helpful resources is the guide to fingernail growth, if you don’t enroll in the core classes, at least, ATLEAST! Buy the course on nail growth, health, and repair – your nails are your most essential tools. Ultimately if your willing to strive for excellence, spanishguitarschool.com is the greatest and only fully devoted website to truly immerse in the world of the Flamenco guitar! – and totally affordable 😉

Ryan Acevedo
Ryan Acavado Arkansas, USA

I am perhaps too subjective because i am having private online video conference lessons with Nicolas, but I believe I am objective enough when i say that these are absolutely the best and the most clear Harmony tutorials I could imagine. I learned the same 2 years of Harmony i was thought in Music High School – in like 2 weeks with Nicolas. We often laugh on the subject, because “i have the best teacher on the planet”. This all accelerated my classical guitar studies beyond every expectation, thank you Nicolas…!!!

Zack Lim Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Needing clear and healthy comparison between Indian Sitar, and Spanish Guitar, this course is exactly what i wanted. The nails tutorials are a true wonder! But the personalized approach from Nicolas is the best thing ever. There are fantastic video links, and extremely helpful information on the Nicolas BLOG page. This site changed my perspective totally, thank you!

Tarandeep Singh New Delhi, India

Although I enjoy playing a completely different style, I’ve stumbled upon this school on YouTube and was quickly entangled in it by it’s great to approach and attractive style. I use Spanish techniques now in my Bluegrass and Country guitar playing and it’s a wonder to everyone!

Alexander Dmitrienko Moscow, Russia

Nicolas has a unique experience and unique approach as a teacher of flamenco guitar. The lessons are very deep and profound and almost idealistic, and although i am a professional player, Nicolas’s style and unique approach tingle me in a deep sense. Here you will find everything essential for flamenco.

Marko Kovacevic Zagreb, Croatia

Song of the week

Mediterranean Sundance

Mediterranean SundanceMediterranean Sundance is the first song Paco De Lucia recorded with Al Di Meola, in 1977. It was published on Al Di Meola's album Elegant Gypsy. I must say it is the best recording of this piece ever, and they've recorded it again - thousands of times in years to come. Al Di Meola actually "borrowed" the harmonic sequence for the Mediterranean Sundance from Paco's two of the most "polished" products for the world market. From two rumbas that Paco used to export the true spirit of flamenco legacy onto the world music scene: Entre Dos Aguas, and Rio Ancho. Some Flamenco purists might turn their noses up at the fact that Di Meola and is using a pick while Paco isn't. But that shouldn't bother the listener at all. All that matters is the music itself; and with the pick or not, this is unquestionably - some of the hottest acoustic guitar music ever to have been performed in front of a live audience. Mediterranean Sundance is in 4/4 and in the key of E minor. The song begins with an intro theme between Di Meola and de Lucía and then progresses to feature each guitar player taking turns playing rhythm and soloing, and occasionally soloing together. They make use of many guitar techniques all at once, that's why this performance was a true wonder since they both are virtuosi guitar players. This collaboration triggered the guitar community to create some new combinations with the best world's guitarists, and many similar projects were realized with the famous guitar trio. The idea to put together the famous guitar trio came up in the '80s, and they first called John Williams, the classical guitar player. After he refused, Al Di Meola made a band with Paco and Lary Coryell first, and later with John McLaughlin, when Lary couldn't do it anymore. But that subject is for another blog post.