Denis Chang – Jazz Manouche: The Art of Accompaniment

Sep 12 2016

Denis Chang – Jazz Manouche: The Art of Accompaniment

Jazz Manouche or Gypsy Jazz, is a highly-evolved style of music, based on the guitar playing of Django Reinhardt. It requires a solid rhythmic foundation upon which a soloist may build his or her musical statement. The challenge lies in learning how to produce this rhythmic foundation, for Manouche rhythm can be both instantly recognizable to the audience and, frustratingly subtle to the student.
In “Jazz Manouche The Art of Accompaniment”, this rhythmic foundation is disassembled, piece-by-piece, by instructor Denis Chang. With the aid of three students, Denis clearly illustrates how to produce, not just “acceptable” but “authentic” Manouche rhythm. Denis’ teaching methods follow the traditional Manouche approach of oral training. Reliance on theory and printed instruction is minimized as the student is encouraged to learn simply by watching, listening and repeating. Denis has had continued success with this approach with his own students.

Language: English
Year: 2007
Country: Canada
Running time: 02:30:19
Quality: DVDRip
Video: XviD 640×480 1500 Kbps 30 fps Aspect ratio: 4:3
Audio: MP3 192 Kbps 2 ch 44.1 KHz
Booklet: No
Size: 1.9 Gb

Denis Chang - Jazz Manouche: The Art of Accompaniment

Denis Chang – Jazz Manouche: The Art of Accompaniment

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8 comments

  1. jazz4 /

    thanks for this site!. Do you know why this video dosen’t work…All the best

  2. Gaucho75 /

    Thank you for sharing!

  3. momsua /

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  4. lvv /

    ok so good job for learning gipsy guitar

  5. federico.g /

    the video wont work, if u could upload a workin version of it, you would make a really good website great! cheers man

  6. TimeBomb /

    the rar files are not opening please help.
    Mike

  7. Bjorn /

    the video is working fine. To unpack use WinRAR, to watch use VLC player

  8. federico.g /

    yes it is! i tried to download it again and **** yeaaah! terrific tutorial, 1M thanks admin for the video(and for the help)!!

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