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August 22, 2010 | More Aaron Weinstein

From the jazz mandolin enthusiast's perspectve, this guy has gone YouTube viral (proportionally speaking). New York based, Second City derivative jazz violinist master Aaron Weinstein has posted yet another breath-taking classic chord melody arrangement on his YouTube account, up to 76 subscribers and growing. The video is a great study in the challenging approach, except for the last 24 seconds (spoiler alert) where he's Rick-rolled us. Or "kitten rolled" us, as it were.

Still, Aaron's a cool cat, and when you see the first part of the video, you'll agree.

Video link: Aaron Weinstein plays "One Morning in May" and other things

Subscribe to the Aaron Weinstein Youtube account.

Posted by Ted at August 22, 2010 7:27 AM

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