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I find this piece a bit of a show pony.

Zapateado tab with lyrics by Joaquin Rodrigo – Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Any suggestions would be appreciated, I just would like to compare with previously used ideas! I’ve many questions on this topic if you’re interested in a dialog. Classical Guitar Skip to content. Thank you all for your help!

You will need a very good left hand! I will definitely find the Regino Sainz version, see if it is comparable to my current fingering that is actually working very well!

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Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Did the Sainz De La Maza edition help? As you’ll guess from my username I like the piece a lot and would like to have confidence rofrigo the fingerings I’ve worked out.


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Hi Louis, I wondered how you got along with solving the many puzzles Zapateado throws up for the right hand. Technically demanding but musically not worth the time. Jerome’s Zapateado is incredible, one of my favorites for sure!

His fountain pen made me ashamed of my writing brushes and Chinese writing paper’ – Puyi ‘I don’t write music to be difficult, only to be more like itself’ – Harrison Birtwistle. There is also a You Tube video of him playing this piece and you can watch the fingering to some extent.

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website. I have a bunch of interesting fingerings going already, I’m just interested in what others have to say. Forum guitare classique – Forum chitarra classica – Foro guitarra clasica – Free sheet music for classical guitar – Delcamp.

After that search his version of the Zapateado If I wasn’t capable of playing the piece, I wouldn’t have posted the thread. Hi Everyone, I have recently started playing Rodrigo’s Zapateado from the Tres Piezas Espanolas after having played a wide variety of other music for almost a year. I’m interested in what I asked about, I thank anyone who has any constructive ideas or experience with their own specific fingerings. I’m using the Schott publication which is almost devoid of right hand indications.


I have played the Zapateado a year ago, and am re-learning it as a part of a new repertoire.