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battuto

(bəˈtuːtəʊ )
n
a selection of chopped herbs, used in Italian cookery
[Italian, past participle of battere to beat]
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He then began experimenting with this texture, diversifying its strummed patterns and developing a system of symbols for the rasgueado techniques he extended by combining them with other techniques such as trills or hammer-ons.
Aqui los estudiantes observaron los videos que contenian una serie de ejercicios ritmicos reproducidos por el instructor, posteriormente se pidio al alumnado que imitara los ritmos con las palmas de las manos o rasgueado de las cuerdas de la guitarra.
Flamenco's signature strumming - the rasgueado - was summoned thanks to Martn's fluid wrist while essential percussive thumps and taps on the guitar came thanks to his fearsome fingernails.
Flamenco guitar pieces are characterized by the alternation and interplay of the rhythmic and harmonic accentuation of rasgueado on one hand, and on the other, the melodic lines of punteado.
Aspiring guitarists are presented with the evolution of the five-course guitar; the tuning of the five-course guitar; reading baroque guitar tablature; intepretation and performance from octave selection to meter and temp, to rasgueado techniques and ornaments; editorial procedures.
Dressed in black pants, black vest and leather boots, De Lucia is now ready to rasgueado - a flamenco strumming pattern in which the musician fans his fingers like a peacock and strikes each string in succession.
The guitar's flamboyant rasgueado helps turn these variations into `Folies d'Espagne'.
Later, I presented another figure of an Italian guitar rasgueado tablature with a detailed description of how it worked; again, the audience seemed perplexed by the notation.
Her discussion of the music often includes score examples, which works especially well when discussing guitar techniques, such as rasgueado and punteado, that have been translated into the piano accompaniment.
Visit the numerous forums and discussion lists on the Internet and see the vehement and heated arguments on, say, a particular guitarist, his use of the capodaster, his unique rasgueado (strumming), his inimitable falsetas (interludes).
Some of the traditions explored are rasgueado guitar accompaniments, improvisatory vocal ornamentation in strophic settings, and the practice of creating monodies from polyphonic music.