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Merry Christmas Everyone

Merry Christmas Everyone

Happy Holidays 2021!

This pandemic stuff has made for yet another hard year for so many.

I hope you and yours are doing well and are staying healthy and resilient.

As I am refreshing this post from last year I cannot help reflect on 2021. It has been an amazing year – we released a new book, ran a very successful Indiegogo Campaign, moved across the country into the house of our dreams, I finished my Master’s Degree and we created the new and massively successful and popular Practice Groups. I got to play on some amazing albums and tracks and we have some great new team members over here!

I enjoyed every minute of teaching, creating, writing and bassing with and for you! Thank you for being along for the ride here at arisbassblog!

Here is my yearly Silent Night solo bass greeting for you…

Here’s to a groovy 2022!

Ari and the A-Team (Wolf, Fred, Jessica, Carlo, Charylu, Karan, Howard, and the GrooveCats, Akai, Pebbles, and Momo)


Learn to Play Silent Night for Solo Bass

Easy Version: Just Melody and Bass: Silent Night Ariane Cap Solo Bass EZ Version

Full Version: Silent Night Full Version


Start the New Year by joining our New Year’s Cohort (starts January 13th 2022)

Do the Course with a community of friends, coaches, and homework…

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0 Replies to “Merry Christmas Everyone”

  1. Thank you Ari. And Merry Christmas to you!
    That is all I really want to say, but apparently I need at least 60 characters. So here we go.

  2. Enjoyed your arrangement of Franz Gruber’s classic 1818 carol, originally written for guitar, and – if you can find a few spare moments – you might like to listen to Mark’s version on Youtube, at the website referenced below.

    Happy Christmas and hoping for better in 2021,
    |Granville

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