Easy tutorial for beginners with some explanations, the tab and the chords to play the Flamenco music Entre Dos Aguas chords from Paco de Lucia on guitar.
Entre Dos Aguas chords and tab to accompaniment
Entre Dos Aguas is a theme by Paco de Lucia. This music is a Rumba, one of the less complex styles of Flamenco.
We will see how to play the accompaniment and the bass.
In the next part, we will see how to play the melody on the guitar with our tablature.
Chords of the music
Here are the three chords you will need to master to play the whole song :
When this positions are ready and mastered, you can continue by following the next explanations.
You will be able to play songs in the Latin style like the famous bolero Quizas, Quizas, Quizas on the guitar.
Play the accompaniment of Entre dos Aguas
To play the accompaniment to the music, you can look at the following tab or rather “grid” with the help of the previous chords :
So you will alternate between three chords: Am, Bm and B7. If you wish, you can make seventh chords: Am7 and Bm7.
An important advice I can give you is to prefer the positions of A minor and B minor in barre chord on the 5th and 7th fret with the bass in E string. Indeed, bar chords always sound better when all the strings are sounded.
Note of bass line on guitare
Finally and to finish the part ‘accompaniment’, I give you the tab of the bass line :
You can play this bass line at the same time as the chords, using only the thumb, but it can also be played by another guitarist.
Entre Dos Aguas video with tab
Entre Dos Aguas guitar riff and tab for guitar
When the accompaniment is in place, it will be necessary to move on to the melody. It is another work and another apprehension of the piece.
On the guitar, it is not very usual to use a score (except in classical music). We often prefer the tab.
When you are ready, you can start reading the following tablatures and play the theme over the accompaniment:
Find other guitar riff on Decibel Score.
Improvising with the scale on Entre dos Aguas
One last thing, and not the least : improvisation. Indeed, if you want to go a little further than the theme, which in the end lasts only a few seconds, you will have to improvise.
To do this, you can follow the pattern of the flamenco scale on guitar in the key of the piece, i.e. in Am, which I put next. Take a look at our guitar lessons to learn more about scales.
I hope this guitar tutorial with chords and tab will have helped you to play this nice Flamenco music : the Rumba Entre dos Aguas by Paco de Lucia.