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John McGann's Rhythm Mandolin: From Bluegrass to Celtic to Swing

By Mandolin Cafe
December 13, 2006 - 9:30 am

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John McGann's Rhythm Mandolin: From Bluegrass to Celtic to Swing

John McGann's Rhythm Mandolin: From Bluegrass to Celtic to Swing

Boston, Mass. — John McGann's Rhythm Mandolin: From Bluegrass to Celtic to Swing introduces you to a broad range of grooves and approaches available to mandolin players in bluegrass, old time, Celtic, swing and jazz.

This DVD includes and exploration of the fiddle tune "Forked Deer" in many styles, tone production and dynamics, bluegrass rhythm styles, old-time feel with open drone strings, partial chords, the "continuum" right hand in progressive bluegrass, Celtic rhythm styles, the flow/brush/texture, alternate vs. crosspicking, jigs & reels, swing rhythm styles, Texas "sock" style, blues in C extending the I IV V basics, more.

Includes printable standard notation/tab file as a PDF.

Additional information:
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