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Thread: Solea for Pono.....Ukulele Flamenco

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    Default Solea for Pono.....Ukulele Flamenco


    A Flamenco piece here. This is played in the style of a Solea. It is in 12 beats to the bar with accents on 3,6,8,10 and 12. The Soleares is the mother of Flamenco Palos and a lot of other regional styles are based on it. I hope you all enjoy the music. Mike.

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    This is the real deal. Great rhythm Mike!
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    Mike, whenever I see one of your posts I know that (a) I'm going to like it and (b) I'm going to learn something. No exception here! I appreciate you taking the time to explain what you are doing, and the musical basis for what we are hearing. More please!
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    Mike , this is beautiful !
    Your fingers are so fast. My eyes can’t keep up!
    I can almost see a flamenco dancer there.
    Brenda

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    This is lovely and very different from the everyday uke playing. Thank you

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    Great technique in both hands and wonderful musicality!

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    Bravo Mike, well played! Is that a new uke? it sounds wonderful
    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lapyang View Post
    This is the real deal. Great rhythm Mike!
    Thank you Joseph. It always surprises me just what you can get out of a Ukulele with a bit perseverance!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wingnutz View Post
    Mike, whenever I see one of your posts I know that (a) I'm going to like it and (b) I'm going to learn something. No exception here! I appreciate you taking the time to explain what you are doing, and the musical basis for what we are hearing. More please!
    Hi Laurence, Thank you for your kind words. It's great that there are all different levels of players and musicians on this forum. And I am placing yourself at the top level in both those departments! Always look forward to your videos!

    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRule View Post
    Mike , this is beautiful !
    Your fingers are so fast. My eyes can’t keep up!
    I can almost see a flamenco dancer there.
    Thank you Brenda.....I did play in a Flamenco troupe with some excellent dancers. They were also very beautiful.....which of course as nothing to do with how good a dancer they are!!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by PlentyofUkes View Post
    This is lovely and very different from the everyday uke playing. Thank you
    Thank you PlentyofUkes!

    Quote Originally Posted by keonepax View Post
    Great technique in both hands and wonderful musicality!
    Thank you Keonepax!

    Quote Originally Posted by Camsuke View Post
    Bravo Mike, well played! Is that a new uke? it sounds wonderful
    Thank you Campbell. It was a new Uke to me but I traded it not long after I got it for a Kanile'a..........I think I caught UAS!!!!

    Thanks Mike

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    Wow! This is great! Thank you for sharing!
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    Mike you always blow my mind..........can't say much more then that, just fantastic.
    Ukuleles.............yes please !!!!

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