Joe Diorio: Solo Guitar Concepts

ISBN 13: 9780786661183

Joe Diorio: Solo Guitar Concepts

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9780786661183: Joe Diorio: Solo Guitar Concepts

In this DVD guitar master Joe Diorio shares his thoughts and techniques on solo jazz guitar playing. Concepts covering the most crucial elements of solo guitar playing are taught in a relaxed atmosphere which also presents Diorio playing his own solo guitar arrangements. This is a must have DVD for any jazz guitarist. Diorio also shares his thoughts on tapping into ones inner creativity and expressing it in an original way on the guitar.

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Guitarist and composer Joe Diorio was born in Waterbury, CT, August 6, 1936. Joe has 50 years experience playing the guitar and over 40 years experience as a performer and recording artist. He has worked with such jazz luminaries as Sonny Stitt, Eddie Harris, Ira Sullivan, Stan Getz, Horace Silver, and Freddie Hubbard. He has recently toured Italy with Riccardo Del Fra (bass player with Chet Baker, Johnny Griffin, Toots Thieleman). His most recent releases on CD with the new Italian jazz label RAM Records include: I Remember Wes, a tribute to Wes Montgomery; A solo guitar album We Will Meet Again; Double Take with live recordings of the performances with Riccardo Del Fra; and Rare Birds, a duo album with Mick Goodrick. Highly respected as an educator, Joe has many books and an educational video to his name. Joe currently teaches at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles and has conducted jazz guitar seminars throughout the United States, Europe, and Brazil. Additionally, Joe was one of the three founding instructors for the Guitar Institute of Technology (G. I. T.) in Hollywood California.

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