Played the SBA today even though last week I switched back to the Mark VI for two shows. 25 mins: tone, long tones on E, Eb, D, then Top Tones pg 7, lines 5-6 (first half). 25 mins: tone, Top Tones pg 7, lines 6 (second half) through 7; low F to F# “Jaws” exercise […]
I just discovered this today because I (for some random reason) decided to investigate Kraftwerk. But of course, the internet already knew about it. Coldplay – Talk, 2005 Kraftwerk – Computer Love, 1981 Everything is a remix, right Kenny? 😉
Klose. After all these years, still a powerful companion.
In response to Ludvig’s question on this lesson: When I’ve been doing these exercises I’ve been pausing my fingers when I need to take a breath just to get all the notes sounding correct. While you take a breath, on the other hand, you let your fingers keep on working. Any comments on that? —Ludvig
Want to get your saxophone intonation and tuning to be pitch perfect? There are a couple things you can do rather than use a visual tuner. (I cringe anytime I see a musician “tuning up” by playing into—looking at—a tuner. Why would you train your EYES to tell you what your EARS should?) Instead, try these […]
Seems like I’ve heard this approach somewhere before. 😉 Thanks, Eddie Daniels!