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An in-depth study on the Jazz style of Violinist Jason Anick.
-HD video performances of Jason Anick improvising on standard changes
-Lessons where Jason shares his approach to music.
-Fully transcribed in standard notation.
-Includes downloadable mp3 of all lessons and etude performances.
Playing The Changes - Coquette A Section
Playing The Changes - Coquette B Section
Playing The Changes - Minor Swing
Scales Approach - Minor Swing
Scales Approach - Coquette
The Last Eight
Rhythm Changes In D - A Section
Rhythm Changes In Bb - A Section
Rhythm Changes In Bb - B Section
Djangology - A Section
Night And Day - Descent
Minor Swing - A Section
All Of Me-1
All Of Me-2
Bach Gm Fugue
Blues En Mineur-1
Blues En Mineur-2
Stomping At Decaa
Sweet Georgia Brown
What Is This Thing Called Love
-Knowledge of Jazz concepts (technique, accompaniment and improvisation)
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 Jason Anick:
One of the youngest violin professors at Boston’s Berklee College of Music, Anick is considered “a rising star in the world of jazz violin and mandolin” (Downbeat Magazine). In addition to leading his own contemporary jazz ensemble and performing with the Rhythm Future Quartet, Anick has been touring and recording with Grammy award-winning Nashville guitar virtuoso John Jorgenson since 2008 when he was recruited while still a senior at the Hartt Conservatory.
Over the past year, Jason has been focusing on arranging and composing for the Rhythm Future Quartet, which he started with Finnish guitarist Olli Soikkeli. With performances all over the U.S. and Europe, the Rhythm Future Quartet is rapidly becoming one of the preeminent Gypsy jazz groups in the country.
A versatile musician and sought after side-man, Anick has also shared the stage with an array of artist like Stevie Wonder, Tommy Emmanuel, The Jim Kweskin Jug Band, John Sebastian, Delta Rae, and Girls, Guns and Glory. With performances all over the world from China, Europe, and Japan and renowned venues like the Montreal Jazz Festival, Blue Note, Scullers Jazz Club, Yoshi's Jazz Club, Iridium, TD Garden, Regattabar, NPR, and The Late Night Show, Jason has proven himself to be a leader in the ever-growing contemporary string world.
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!
|1. Playing The Changes - Coquette A Section|
|2. Playing The Changes - Coquette B Section|
|3. Playing The Changes - Minor Swing|
|4. Triad Pairs|
|6. Scale Approach - Minor Swing|
|7. Scale Approach - Coquette|
|9. The Last Eight|
|10. Rhythm Changes In D - A Section|
|11. Rhythm Changes In Bb - A Section|
|12. Rhythm Changes In Bb - B Section|
|13. Djangology - A Section|
|14. Night And Day - Descent|
|15. Minor Swing - A Section|
|All Of Me-1|
|All Of Me-2|
|Bach Gm Fugue|
|Blues En Mineur-1|
|Blues En Mineur-2|
|Stomping at Decca|
|Sweet Georgia Brown|
|What Is This Thing Called Love|
|In The Style Of Jason Anick Vol.3|
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