Tirando and Apoyando
Classical Guitar and Flamenco Guitar
Tirando and Apoyando are just two of the many techniques used in classical guitar and flamenco guitar styles of playing. Playing classical guitar and flamenco guitar incorporates a lot of different guitar-playing techniques, such as: arpeggio’s, alzapua, rasgueado’s and tremolo’s.
To be able to play using these techniques does make guitar music much more interesting and exciting, but to play them both perfectly needs a lot of time spent on practice.
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Exploring Tirando and Apoyando Techniques
The two techniques have a lot in common but at the same time, there is a world of difference in sound. Both needed to be practiced slowly and with patience. It is better to start with the tirando first and then the apoyando. Try many melodies playing with these different attacks.
These techniques are both used throughout “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence”.
Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
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