Paganinia Nana Na Na (video)

This version of my arrangement of Paganini's 24th Caprice starts with some of the original material, followed by a setup of the loop .....and then I take a long, experimental solo ...

This version of my arrangement of Paganini’s 24th Caprice starts with some of the original material, followed by a setup of the loop …..and then I take a long, experimental solo …

It’s a bit long, so to skip the set-up and go straight to the solo, fast forward to about the 4 minute mark.

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Can anyone ¬†recognize when I’m mimicking a rapper (timeline point)? (not really sure if it comes across!)How about the saxophonist circular breathing effect? Anybody guess what type of effect I use towards the end of the solo?

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