Danny teaches you both the melody and bass line for the renaissance classic "Greensleeves".
Taught by Danny Voris in Songs with Danny seriesLength: 31:56Difficulty: 2.0 of 5
Danny teaches you a wide arrangement of classical guitar songs.
Danny teaches you both the melody and bass line for the renaissance classic "Greensleeves".Length: 31:56 Difficulty: 2.0 Members Only
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A unique guitarist in the region, Wright State alumnus Danny Voris, musically fulfills audiences with a mixture of exciting guitar playing and talented compositional skills. After graduating WSU in 1989, Danny obtained a teaching position at Sinclair Community College. In the fall of 2000, Danny obtained a scholarship to the graduate program at The University of Akron. After graduating the University of Akron in 2002 with a Master’s degree in Classical Guitar Performance, Danny returned to Dayton. There he began teaching at Jim McCutcheon Music Studios and at The Miami Valley School in Kettering, Ohio.
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