Learn To Play: Como Dijistes


 This is an awesome song. I have never heard it before and I really like it. I found some great tutorials online that I think will help you. Thanks for the song request Dulce and your kind words. Very much appreciated.

Como Dijistes Lyrics

Mueve el estanque en mi ser
Uneme a tu rio, dame vida
No se que palabras decir,
que provoquen que me quieras
mas de lo que me amas.

Ven senor; como dijistes
Derrama tu Gloria, derrama tu Gloria.

Ven senor; como dijistes
Derrama tu Gloria, derrama tu Gloria.

Vence en mis tinieblas con tu luz
Se mi fuerza hoy, Oh Jesus
Encuentra mi escondite, alcanzame si huyo
Oh senor Inundame con tu amor...

Ven senor, como dijistes
Derrama tu Gloria, derrama tu Gloria.

Ven senor, como dijistes
Derrama tu Gloria, derrama tu Gloria.

Me amas como padre, como un hermano,
como un leon feroz, como nadie.
Con fuerza me buscas, para abrazarme,
Me envuelves en tu amor.

Ohhh!

Ven senor;or, ven como dijistes
Derrama tu Gloria, derrama tu Gloria.

Ven senor;or, ven como dijistes
Derrama tu Gloria, derrama tu Gloria.

Me amas como padre, como un hermano,
como un leon feroz, como nadie.
Con fuerza me buscas, para abrazarme,
Me envuelves en tu amor.

Envuelveme, ohh ven

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Ebm          Db
Mueve el estanque de mi ser,
Ebm           Db
Úneme a tu rio, dame vida,
Ebm           Db
No sé qué palabras decir
        Gb             Db         Abm
Que provoques que me quieras
 Abm        Ebm     Db
más de lo que me amas.


Coro
         B                   Db
//Ven Señor como dijiste,
                    Ebm                      Gb
Derrama tu Gloria derrama tu Gloria//
  Ebm                  Db           Gb
Vence mis tinieblas con tu luz,
Ebm                Db        Gb
Se mi fuerza hoy, oh Jesús
Ebm                         Db
Encuentra mi escondite
Gb          Db    Abm
Alcánzame si huyo, oh Señor
Ebm                     Db
Inúndame con tu amor.

-Coro- (4 veces)
B
Me amas como un padre,
Db
Como un hermano,
Ebm                          Gb
Como un león feroz, como nadie
       B                           Db
Con fuerza me buscas para abrazarme,
Ebm                         Gb
Me envuelves en tu amor.

-Coro- (3 veces) *después última estrofa*



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Video Tutorial

Video Tutorial

Video Tutorial

I enjoy listening to Spanish music. Are you familiar with Spanish pianists Elena Martin and Jose Meliton? They play exciting pieces by Spanish composers in arrangements for two pianos.

Some of the pieces in their repertoire are written for two pianos, but many are originally written for piano solo and have been transcribed by Elena Martin for two pianos.

So, what is Latin Music, you ask? Well, I would say it is an incredibly complex mosaic. We're talking about music influences of Africa, Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Britain, Germany, the Middle East, India and many more American cultures.

Perhaps you are thinking that there isn't a connection of music from the Andes with Mexican Mariachi music. Well, there is. Now, Brazilian and Afro-Cuban music has been the two main Latin musical influences on jazz.

To use Afro-Cuban rhythms with jazz tunes you need to know a bit about the rhythmic pattern known as clave. In a salsa band, you will find each rhythm instrument like the piano, bass, timbales, congas, bongos and cowbells. It's the rhythm that holds it all together. I love to feel the beat. I admit, the rhythm can be challenging.

Now, clave is a two-bar rhythmic pattern that occurs in two forms: forward clave is known as 3 & 2 and reverse clave is known as 2 & 3.

In the forward clave, the accents fall on the first beat, the "and" of the second beat, and the fourth beat of the first measure and beats two and three of the second measure. It looks like this:

In 4/4 time, play: note, rest, note, rest, note / rest, note, note, rest.

With reverse clave the pattern is reversed. The following 2 measures would be:

4/4 time, you would play: rest, note, note, rest / note, rest, note, rest, note.

There is another clave called the rumba clave. You will see that the last note in rumba clave is delayed a half beat and played on the "and" of the fourth beat.

So, the African or rumba rhythm would be:

4/4 time, play beat, rest, rest, rest, beat / rest, beat, beat, rest.

Every part of Afro-Cuban rhythm, like drumming patterns, piano montuno, bass lines, melodic phrasing, etc. has to be in gear with the clave.

The most important rule about clave is that once the song starts, the clave doesn't change. Latin Music is played with lots of energy and with passion.



Perhaps the above song has inspired you to play more worship and also Salsa Music 101







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