Flamenco

Written by cskadmin. Posted in Workshops

Workshop flamencoAs usual Edsart Udo de Haes will give his Flamenco lessons.
Half the year Edsart plays in Spain, where he’s described as the foreigner who can play like a countryman. Last season he performed at the North sea Jazz Festival, at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, at the Bimhuis and in Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Costa Rica, Morocco and France.
In 2013 his first solo-CD “Aurora” was released; it got very positive reviews in several countries. His second CD was released in September 2016.

Edsart will give masterclasses, but workshop-lessons as well.

More about the contents:

Flamenco for beginners:

– Various ways of playing compas (flamenco rhythm): solo, as a dancer’s accompaniment,
as a singer’s accompaniment, and yamada’s (to round off or to start something new).
– Technique:
*Specific flamenco techniques like alzapua, different rasgueado’s, tremolo of five notes, etc.
How to study, with practices.
*Technical solutions from flamenco practice that can be used by a classical
guitarist: how to play apoyando scales really fast, how to bring speed and force into
arpeggio-playing, how to develop tremolo and apoyando, etcetera.
*We will employ all techniques in different ‘falsetas’ (a flamenco melody/ variation)
With the different falsetas we’ll make a flamenco composition.
– Of which components does a flamenco piece exist? How do I compose a piece?
– Everything that comes up for consideration during the lesson. Or: everything you’d like
to know and couldn’t learn from youtube.
Please bring some machinery to record your playing at the end of your lesson; we will
work on quite a few items, and by recording you can take home your own audio- or
video lessons.

Experienced flamenco players:

– Various ways of playing compas (flamenco rhythm): solo, as a dancer’s accompaniment,
as a singer’s accompaniment, and yamada’s (to round off or to start something new).
– Technique:
*Specific flamenco techniques like alzapua, different rasgueado’s, tremolo of five notes, etc.
How to study, with practices.
*Technical solutions from flamenco practice that can be used by a classical
guitarist: how to play apoyando scales really fast, how to bring speed and force into
arpeggio-playing, how to develop tremolo and apoyando, etcetera.
*We will employ all techniques in different ‘falsetas’ (a flamenco melody/ variation)
With the different falsetas we’ll make a flamenco composition.
– How can you make your pieces sound more like flamenco?
Which elements of those pieces could you use in your own podium practice?
– Of which components does a flamenco piece exist? How do I compose a piece?
– Learning to play falsetas, divided into: dancer’s accompaniment, singer’s
accompaniment, solo playing.
– Everything that comes up for consideration during the lesson. Or: everything you’d like
to know and couldn’t learn from youtube.
Please bring some machinery to record your playing at the end of your lesson; we will
work on quite a few items, and by recording you can take home your own audio- or
video lessons.
– Optional: preparation to play ‘compas’ in several flamenco ‘palos’/styles.

Or book an inidividual lesson of 30 or 60 minutes!

Saturday 12th of may
Flamenco starters: 03:30 – 04:30 pm
Flamenco advanced: 04:30 – 05:30 pm

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