Beautiful Attila - I love how it explodes at the end! Great way to introduce Hungarian folk song music to the world! =D
Great explosion of emotions, a brilliant cover, man!
Great lesson Attila!
I like it
cool melody man
Dude! that was awesome! I thought at first - ah easy - until the end! Hehe! That was so cool that I listened twice!
wow attila, amazing.
really tasty phrasing and tone! nice one!
Hello Mr Voros ! Beautiful song and amazing harmony! Many Thanks!
Loved the end great technique, control and emotion brilliant
Fantastic and beautiful, Attila! I'm going to Hungary (like every year) in mid August, so I hope that I'll meet some Hungarian folklore, and jam with my friend (also Attila)
Another KILLER lesson! Thrilled to have you here on GMC! You RAWK!
LEt me know if Ur here, so we might can jam somehow! It'd be really cool!!!
Also thank You guys again for Your kindness!
Very expresive. Great!
Excellent solo, love the tone control here!
Very inspiring Attila This sound with much feeling !
Variation to a Hungarian folk song – in Bb minor
This little piece has been recorded for a friend of mine, Leander Köteles's new song. The main melody is a classic Hungarian folk song (Madárka-madárka) with a little variation at the end (which is half improvised-half written). I played this tune on a seven string but it can be played on a 6 string easily (I tabbed both).
It is important to know that we recorded everything live (piano and guitar at the same time), and we did not use the metronome for the „better vibe”. I would suggest You to practise everything separately first and than try to play along with the backing tracks. Try to observe the little nuances/details like the pickup switching at the end of the arpeggio and the phrases etc.
I hope You’ll have fun with it!
6 or 7 string arpeggios – sweeps
B minor arpeggio