Michael Valeanu “Hard To Cook” transcriptions

Official, 100% accurate transcriptions of three tunes from Michael’s first studio album.

Here are three tunes by New York-based jazz guitarist Michael Valeanu, from his first studio release, “Hard To Cook.”

The transcriptions, in tab and standard notation, were verified by Michael himself. Use our amazing interface to view the notation while you listen to the studio recording, so you can hear exactly how it should sound.

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· Hard To Cook
· Norwegian Omelette
· Palermo Seaport

About Michael Valeanu

Guitarist Michael Valeanu has an extensive musical background, including studies at the Nadia and Lili Boulanger Conservatory in Paris and the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City. He has performed at many of the top New York City jazz clubs, along with festivals all over the United States, Europe and Japan.

Michael tours internationally with vocalist Cyrille Aimee, and he co-produced/co-arranged her two albums “Let’s Get Lost” and “It’s A Good Day.”

Michael released his debut album “Tea Time” in 2012. In 2015, he released his second album, “Hard to Cook,” and was a finalist in the Wes Montgomery International Jazz Guitar Competition. He was born in Paris and lives in New York. Find more at michaelvaleanu.com.

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