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Aaron Weinstein: “The Folks Who Live On the Hill”
 
Peghead Nation's Chord Melody Mandolin instructor plays a beautiful version of the jazz standard written by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein.
By: Dan Gabel
October 19, 2021
 

While Aaron Weinstein was in the Peghead Nation studio recording lessons for his Chord Melody Mandolin course, he played this beautiful solo version of “The Folks Who Live On the Hill,” written by Jerome Kern, with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, in 1937 for the film High, Wide, and Handsome. Peggy Lee recorded a hit version of the song in 1957, and it has also been recorded by Nina Simone, Bing Crosby, Diana Krall, and many others.

Aaron is currently teaching a live Peghead Nation workshop series called Swing Mandolin: Rhythm and Chord Solos, and you can still join this class! All sessions are being recorded, so you can review and catch up as needed.

And Chord Melody Mandolin with Aaron Weinstein is another great way to learn with this master mandolinist. Join us! 

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