Flamenco Ukulele Tanguillos Study

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This is a lively tune closely related to the tango of Cádiz but played at a quicker tempo.

It should not present any problems, the index finger rasgueo technique has already been covered.

Just take it slowly and listen to the Tanguillo played at half speed before starting to learn it, the use of quarter notes and eighth notes is used a lot and this is a fun tune to learn how to interpret them.

The last chord should be played with more emphasis, the cifra has m a above the chord and this means that you should use your middle and third finger to strike the strings. Instead of curling your index finger against your thumb, curl your middle and third fingers then release them both together - this will give a lot of power to the strike and is used extensively in Flamenco.

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