2.- EXERCISE “100-PRE”.
3.- STRUMMING PATTERNS.
4.- “100-PRE” IN EIGHTH NOTE.
5.- “HUAYNO” RHYTHM.
6.- “HUAYNO” IN 4 SIXTEENTH NOTE.
7.- “HUAYNO” CHORDS.
8.- “TINKU” RHYTHM.
9.- LONG “REPIQUE” (RINGING STRUMMING PATTERN).
10.- SHORT “REPIQUE”.
11.- REPIQUE IN “HUAYNO”.
12.- “100-PRE” WITH ACCENTS.
13.- “REPIQUE” IN “TINKU”.
14.- VARIANT WITH ACCENTS.
15.- PALM MUTE, SNAPS AND WHIPPING.
16.- MAJOR F SCALE.
18.- TREMOLO WITH FINGERING.
19.- VARIANT WITH “REPIQUES” AND PALM MUTE.
20.- “BAILECITO” RHYTHM.
21.- “CUECA” RHYTHM.
22.- FINAL WORDS.
2.- TONES, FAMILY OF CHORDS.
3.- SCALE BY THIRDS.
4.- “100-PRE” WITH DOTTED EIGHTH – SIXTEENTH NOTE.
5.- “100-PRE” WITH TRIPLETS, 1 EIGHTH – 2 SIXTEENTH NOTES, 2 SIXTEENTH -1 EIGHTH NOTES AND 1 SIXTEENTH – 1 EIGHT – 1 SIXTEENTH NOTES.
6.- “100-PRE” WITH QUINTUPLET AND 16TH NOTE TRIPLETS.
7.- TREMOLO WITH CHORDS.
8.- CHROMATIC SCALE.
10.- ALTERNATIVE “REPIQUE”.
12.- “CHACARERA” RHYTHM.
13.- “JOROPO” RHYTHM.
14.- “POLKA PARAGUAYA” RHYTHM.
15.- “FESTEJO” RHYTHM.
17.- SONG: “CAMINO TO POTOSI”
18.- STRUMMING PATTERN INTRO SONG “PUELCHE”.
19.- ARPEGGIO IN “PUELCHE”
20.- ACCOMPANIMENT WITH CHORDS.
21.- COMPLEX CHORDS.
22.- DEMONSTRATION OF STYLES.
23.- WORDS OF FAREWELL.
A COMPLETE INTERVIEW WITH THE MASTER FREDDY, WHERE HE WILL TALK ABOUT HIS ORIGINS, EXPERIENCE AND GIVE TIPS FOR THE STUDENTS.
Freddy Torrealba takes us through the incredible world of Charango, a small instrument from the high South American mountains. In this course you will learn basic and advanced performance techniques, interpretive resources, traditional South American rhythms, as well as endless tips and the entire experience of the master.
E-Masters Academy offers you a complete class in high definition, with informative graphic material of sheet music, chords and rhythmic figures, to enhance your learning process.
Freddy Torrealba was born with music. He always played and sang, but it was not until he was 13 that he met his great love: the Charango, becoming, since then, in one of the world’s greatest performers of this instrument, developing not only a remarkable talent and virtuosity but also a unique style.
In 1980, Freddy, began his studies at the Experimental Artistic School of La Reina, where he began his love for folklore and Charango.
Freddy Torrealba has been traveling and playing for more than 30 years leading the Charango around the world, touring Canada, the United States, Europe, Oceania and South America. While making these journeys, he continued to study at the Experimental School. It was there where he formed the duet with guitarist and composer Mauricio Urbina.
Torrealba has participated in many Charango concerts around the world, such as the “Third International Encounter of Charango” in Cochabamba, Bolivia, where he received the title of “Maestro del Charango” awarded by the board of the Society Bolivian del Charango in 1999.
In 1997, he participated in the 1st International Encounter of Charango, together with great masters Horacio Durán (Inti-Illimani), Italo Pedrotti (Entrama), Carlos Cabezas (Los Jaivas) and Jorge Gajardo (Bafona), It was there where he received the title of “Concertista en Charango”.
In 2010 he received the Altazor Award in the area of Musical Arts, musical execution category.
All this baggage today makes him a world reference of Charango, an instrument with which he brings all his joy and talent wherever it goes.
WATCH FREE CLASS.
For english visitors turn on the CC on the web player.