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    John Noble Martin

    The Hidden Notes - A tonal approach to saxophone multiphonics and overtones

    If you would like to hear us live we have the last few dates of our tour coming up this weekend... Go to last post

    John Noble Martin 07-28-2016 02:06 PM
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    Re: B has entered the stable

    Haha.......I'll get to it, Mascio!

    Yeah, I'm almost afraid to play it Kelly!

    Thanks BP. Hadn't heard that one before!

    jgreiner Today, 12:33 AM Go to last post

    Re: Once you go tenor, there's no going back (to alto), is there?

    Yes! There's truth to that.

    soybean Today, 12:32 AM Go to last post
    Homely Saxman

    Re: Once you go tenor, there's no going back (to alto), is there?

    I think classical saxophone is one of the most underrated instrumental colors, though I write contemporary art music, so I guess I'm biased. Again, though, classical tenor sounds dumb; it's too rough...

    Homely Saxman Today, 12:31 AM Go to last post

    Re: The legendary MKVI

    Don't forget the fact that it's also a, ahem, saxophone and relegated to a status even lower than the viola as far as the orchestra goes. If it's even accepted, well maybe in France that's about it.

    bstrom Today, 12:30 AM Go to last post

    Re: How much flute do I need?

    +1 regard nickel flutes. Years ago someone had a nickel buddy flute and I could barely hold the thing.

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