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An in-depth study on the Jazz style of guitarist Andreas Varady.
-HD video performances of Andreas Varady improvising on standard changes
-Lessons where Varady shares his approach to music.
-Fully transcribed in standard notation and TAB
-Includes downloadable mp3 of all lessons and etude performances.
Comping - All The Things You Are
Comping - Blues in Bb
Comping - Blues in F
Comping - Cherokee
Comping - Rhythm Changes
Comping - Stella By Starlifght
II V I in C
II V I in Cm
Rhythm Changes A
Rhythm Changes B
All The Things You Are
C7 Caravan Vamp
Blues Bb - 160 bpm
Blues Bb - 220 bpm
Blues Bbm - 280 bpm
Cm Blues - 220 bpm
Cm Blues - 260 bpm
Blues F - 160 bpm
Blues F - 240 bpm
Rhythm Changes - 180 bpm
Rhythm changes - 220 bpm
Rhythm Changes - 280 bpm
-Knowledge of Jazz concepts (technique, accompaniment and improvisation)
-This lesson continues where the previous volume left off.
About the In The Style series:
The In The Style series focus strictly on the playing style of the artist. These are not general "how to" lessons. The goal of these lessons is to give insight on a wide range of topics relevant to the musical style of the artist. Advanced students will be able to immediately absorb and work on many of the concepts covered in the lessons. Beginner and intermediate level students will benefit greatly from the transcriptions of the numerous video performances with close ups when relevant. Music is like a language, and it is best learnt by surrounding yourself with better musicians. The goal of the "In The Style Series" is to give you this access, as much as possible, in the comfort of your own home!
About Andreas Varady:
Andreas Varady was born in Slovakia into a Hungarian Romani family. He began learning guitar at the age of four under the direction of his father, Bandi. In 2007, his family moved to Limerick, Ireland and after two years of busking in Limerick and Cork, he met Irish drummer and producer David Lyttle after writing to him on YouTube.
Lyttle began featuring him in his band and in 2010 produced Varady's debut album Questions for Lyte Records. The release of Questions and Varady's growing presence on YouTube brought him to the attention of Martin Taylor, Louis Stewart, Tommy Emmanuel, and later Quincy Jones.
In 2011, when he was 13, he performed at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in London and is the club's youngest headliner.
Varady appeared on the front cover of Guitar Player magazine, and at festivals in France, the UK and the South Pacific. In 2012 Varady was invited by Claude Nobs to perform at Montreux Jazz Festival as part of Quincy Jones's Global Gumbo, which Jones presented. Varady performed with the same group in New York and Los Angeles later in 2012, and signed to Jones's management company in January 2013.
Varady signed a deal with Verve Records in October 2013 and recorded his first album for the label in January 2014. The first album, Andreas Varady, was produced by David Paich, Jay Oliver, and Quincy Jones and was released in August 2014.
IMPORTANT: Please note that these are streamed videos; only the PDF transcriptions can be downloaded. When access is purchased, you will have permanent access to this lesson and all updates/corrections (if any) will be free of charge!
|2. Comping - All The Things You Are|
|3. Comping - Blues In Bb|
|4. Comping - Blues In F|
|5. Comping - Cherokee|
|6. Comping - Rhythm Changes|
|7. Comping - Stella By Starlight|
|8. II-V -I in C|
|9. II-V-I in Cm|
|10. Rhythm Changes A|
|11. Rhythm Changes B|
|12. All The Things You Are|
|14. C7 Caravan Vamp|
|Blues Bb - 160 bpm|
|Blues Bb - 220 bpm|
|Blues Bbm - 280 bpm|
|Cm Blues - 220 bpm|
|Cm Blues - 260 bpm|
|Blues F - 160 bpm|
|Blues F - 240 bpm|
|Rhythm Changes - 180 bpm|
|Rhythm Changes - 220 bpm|
|Rhythm Changes - 280 bpm|
|In The Style Of Andreas Varady Vol.2|
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