Music Gear News
Friedlander explains pizzicato cello album
Famous jazz cellist Erik Friedlander has explained why he decided to mostly do away with the bow for his latest album, The Broken Arm.
He went on to use the instrument in a number of his recordings and continued to blaze a trail for the use of plucking in jazz music.
On his website, Friedlander claims that he came up with own pizzicato sound by watching double bass players perform.
"Most of my pizzicato approach is taken from watching jazz bass players work," he remarked.
"I work to get a full, healthy sound and to use an aggressive rhythmic approach."
Pizzicato lessons featuring Friedlander are available on YouTube.Posted on 31 Mar 2009 14:47 to category : Band / Celebrity News
Related Music News
Verified by the guitarist himself, Slash's B.C Rich played a pivotal role in Guns N' Roses rise to fame
Featuring a number of tracks by their favourite artists, the Stone's latest effort is set for release December 2nd
Speaking to friend and radio host Eddie Trunk Frehley stated that he would rejoin the band if the offer came his way
In aid of The Children Hospital Charity, Arctic Monkeys have signed a statue of an elephant to be auctioned off for charity
Following a tweet on Wednesday, the band revealed a typo error in their previous announcement and have revealed that they will be returning in 2017
A plaque marking where David Bowie resided whilst he created his revered Berlin album trilogy has been destroyed
Recent Music News
Builiding on their reputation for developing cutting edge music gear and accessories, Samsons new Z series bring professional audio quality and transparency to the table
With Pearl Jam, Tupac, , Depeche Mode, Janet Jackson and many more being nominated, this years event shaping up to be huge.
His first album in over 38 years, Chuck's new album is to feature his family and his own original material
Toontrack have released Big Rock, a vintage based rock pack that brings classic flavours in a modern package
A promotional offer from Akai running until the 31st December allows the user to explore a vast array of professional sounds on the renowned MPD218
Opening a public forum on Facebook, Behringer are looking to make the dream product, catering to their customers every need.