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Aaron Weinstein: Chord Melody Improv on “Do Nothin’ Till You Hear from Me”

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Peghead Nation’s Chord Melody Mandolin instructor plays an improvisation on the Duke Ellington classic.

by Dan Gabel
August 07, 2019
 


Aaron Weinstein has a thriving career as a violin and mandolin soloist, composer, and performer, and recently was named as one of Downbeat’s Rising Stars in the venerable publication’s 2019 critic’s poll. We’re happy to have Aaron on the Peghead Nation mandolin instruction staff with his new course, Chord Melody Mandolin with Aaron Weinstein.

While Aaron was in the Peghead Nation studio recording lessons for his course, he played this chord melody improv on the great Duke Ellington song ”Do Nothin’ Till You Hear from Me,” which has been recorded by Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Dr. John, and many others. It is a beautiful example of the chord melody style that Aaron teaches in his course.

Enroll in Chord Melody Mandolin with Aaron Weinstein now and get your first month FREE (or $20 off an annual subscription). Use Promo Code AaronLand at checkout.

 


Tags: Mandolin, Jazz
Category: Featured Video

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