How to Play "Danza Mora" (Lesson #2) for the Flamenco Guitar | Upward Arpeggio


For this second lesson of “Danza Mora” for the flamenco guitar, you will be doing an upward arpeggio; it’s called an “upward” arpeggio because the plucking pattern runs toward you (the player).

The arpeggio pattern is as follows: a&p-m-i, a-m-i, a-m, with a consistent accent on the a&p.

The third and fourth fretting fingers will run through some relatively demanding legado (hammer-on) movements and some slides as well.

Remember to keep your right hand stable so as to allow for maximum precision while executing the arpeggio. Enjoy!

 

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