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@darionapoliguitar · Guitar · Milano
Guitarist, composer, band leader and teacher

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"Masks" is a composition of my own, featured in the album "Bella Vita" (Blue Night Records) More…
April 5, 2021

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"Masks" is a composition of my own, featured in the album "Bella Vita" (Blue Night Records) More…

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Classic Django solo on Cole Porter's standard "I Love You" More…

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This gypsy waltz was written by Wasso Grunholz and performed by many, including Jimmy Rosenberg More…

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My humble take on how Grappelli's 'Minor Swing' solo could be played on guitar More…

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Example 3 is basically the outro of the tune. Once again, nothing complicated but just well placed, gorgeous chords that blend perfectly with what Stephane Grappelli is playing. More…

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Example 2 starts out with Django's iconic tremolos on some his favorite 4 note chords which lead into some single note soloing. Just pure poetry.. More…

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Example 1 covers the intro to this magical Django Reinhardt Tune played as a duet with Stephane Grappelli. So 'simple', yet so effective and musically enticing.. More…

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Example 2 shows a lick which is somewhat hypnotic in nature due to the repetition of the same phrase. This is a good idea after you've built some tension throughout the solo and you are wanting to approach… More…

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Example 3 highlights the very classic major chord to minor chord transition which happens at the very beginning of the structure. 2 beats of Bb major to 2 beats of Bb minor, here's one way to play it More…

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Example 3 is a chop building, blasting shred phrase in G major! But even if played slowly you can hear how beautiful and melodic the line really is and how it resolves so nicely with those approach tones More…

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Example 2 happens over a classic ii-v-i (but with ascending bass motion from A to B to C and then D) which is what happens at the end of this iconic Stevie Wonder tune, which accompanies the uber famous… More…

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This example shows how classically influenced phrasing can apply to jazz. The contrary motion implies the G major chord the line resolves to, definitely an idea to steal and develop in one's own personal… More…

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The phrase in example 1 covers the last 8 bars of the B section of the standard 'I'll See You In My Dreams' (from A-7b5, D7). As always, I suggest learning it by heart so you can actually use it and/or… More…