C4. “Aloha Ka Manini” Solo Arr. 2

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  • Stephen Smith Mar 15, 2023

    I’m having a blast working my way through these songs. Bravo at laying these out in an approachable way with something for everyone, Brad! That’s not easy to do…

    Here’s my attempt at this one with a high G.

    • Mark Troy May 5, 2023

      Great job Smitty! I hope to get there someday.

      • Stephen Smith May 5, 2023

        Thank you, Mark! Just keep pickin’ away at it. Haha, sorry for the bad dad joke.

        I recently realized there is no “there” to get to… once you get “there,” there will be another “there” just past it. Just enjoy all the little stops on the journey…

  • Mark Troy May 5, 2023

    I’m nowhere near Smitty’s level. This advanced version is going to take me a lot of time to master. But I like working out the simple melody of this song. I’ll be returning to this lesson often.

    • Brad Bordessa May 5, 2023

      This advanced style of solo arranging, in general, takes a lot of time to master. The more songs you try to play in a simple way, the easier it is to add more and more advanced moments in the next song. Just keep on keeping on!

  • John Leder May 11, 2023

    Ah, now I see what Kimo Hussey was trying to explain to me years ago. I didn’t get it then. The coordination is a challenge for me, but this song is the perfect one to work on this technique.

    • Brad Bordessa May 11, 2023

      These things take time. Whenever you revisit a subject you’ll find something you didn’t notice before. I do that all the time!