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    Hi Tim, I enjoy your work.
    Generally, playing over chord changes is a weak area for me.
    Your "Ear Training on chords" exercise works my brain! And it took quite some thought to get any kind of grip of what is going on there, seeing the sequence, as it were.
    Great training aids.
    Thanks, Don
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    Hi, I just wanted to notice you that I posted some information about Juhani Aaltonen on a thread that you had started a while ago. Please take a look at it!
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    Love the exercises Tim. Looking forward to any flute-specific stuff you may post.
  4. Thought I'd share this- and info on teaching topics.

    http://www.timpricejazz.com/audio/stareyes.mp3

    STAR EYES ON ALTO...... many years ago.


    I am often asked about scales used to solo over chord progression. My response is usually to shift focus more on developing your phrasing rather than simply learning new scales. Learning new scales only will produce limited results because THE WAY you play has not really changed. Improving your phrasing deals more with the actual element of HOW rather than "what" notes to play. When it comes to phrasing, remember that it is all about the little nuances that can make ALL the difference.

    Thank you- Tim Price

    PS- Here is a fun YOU TUBE of my friend Ernie Watts trying my SilverSerie3 tenor at NAMM 2011 SHOW in California.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxpKB...eature=related
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    Hey, Tim,
    Thanks for the friend request---I'm happy to accept. I haven't been around SOTW much lately---crazy busy---but always like to see your posts. As a returnee to sax after an absence too long to reveal, SOTW and its gurus (you being one of the best) have been invaluable to me. Thanks. If you are ever down my way, stop by.
    Ruth
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    Hi Tim...sorry for the confusion. This phone is going for diagnostics and repairs on Sat. Yeah, thanks man. To be a " friend " would be a real pleasure. Not exactly sure what it is about really. Friendship....cool. Look forward to some good conversation. Very nearly gave phone up. I dont do computers. I am really digging S.O.T.W. It would be a shame to leave so soon....thanks Tim...peace. adrian
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    Hey Tim,

    Thanks for the friend request. Let me know if you're ever in the northern Virginia area.
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    Hi Tim, just signed you up too. Funny though, I had read an article you wrote about transcriptions and how it was your job so one should go out and buy the book (or something to that effect!), I did. Unfortunately it doesn't correspond at all to any version of 'Stars Fell over Alabama' that I've ever heard. What a shame!
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    Hi Tim. I just signed you up as one of my "friends".
    Just to let you know, I'm in the Seattle area and have studied with Don Lanphere and Hadley Caliman (which are both no longer with us) for about two years with each one. I'm an old fart (66) and didn't learn much other than I had a lot to learn. I've enjoyed your post over the time here on SOTW. I grew up in Arkansas, hence "ArkansasRed". Cheers and Happy Holidays to you.
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    Thanks for your friendship invite, Tim. I guess you know your books are listed in my book, Songdex II, available from CasaValdez.
    Thanks again, much appreciated.
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About Tim Price

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About Tim Price
Biography:
Professional musician- educator- author -recording artist.

I have developed In addition to giving private studio instruction in my career, I have taught many students from Tokyo and Texas to Tel-Aviv using on line instruction via SKYPE.
This is so rewarding and exciting because it is the vanguard of education. I'm bringing people worldwide together via the educational aspets I can share with them on Skype.



Artist's Biography
In the last few years, Tim Price has had the extreme good fortune to have bands of his own featuring world class stellar players like Lew Tabackin, Bennie Green,Carl Allen, Ray Drummond, Allison Miller and Bill Goodwin.

Tim's travels have also taken him to New Orleans in September 2004 for a very special "Coltrane Tribute" with Tony Dagradi, and superstar drummer Stanton Moore from the jam band "Galactic". New Orleans finest was on bass, Chris Severen, and from "Los Hombres Calientes" pianist Victor Atkins. The Coltrane event as well as the club "Snug Harbor" was SRO !!
As were gigs that Tim played in the East Coast area with his bands with Rachel Z and drummer BillGoodwin.

As a clinician Tim has instigated a "Tribute To Oliver Nelson" in Saint Paul, MN as well as a favorite clinician and artist at the Cape May Jazz Festival.

Tim Price is a Selmer saxophone clinician, performer and educator worldwide. A Berklee College of Music graduate and one of the country's foremost woodwind artists.

His stature at the North Sea Jazz Festival couldn't have been more prestigious with a backup band of Bennie Green on piano, Ray Drummond on bass, and Carl Allen on drums. Tim's special guest that night at the end of his set was Dutch superstar tenor titan Hans Dulfer.Tim also has been a special guest with Grateful Dead member Bob Weir's RATDOG.

His extensive studies have taken him into one on one learning with jazz masters like Sal Nistico, Charlie Banacos, Fred Lipsius, Sonny Stitt, Ray Pizzi and Kalman Opperman.
~ Tim has played with musicians like Bennie Green, Hans Dulfer, Lew Tabackin, Ray Drummond, Jon Mayer, Greg Bandy, James Gadson, Don Patterson, Billy James, Major Holley, Alan Dawson, Bill Doggett, Jack Mc Duff, Cecil Payne, Richie Cole, Charlie Watts from the Rolling Stones, Gary Burton, Doc Severinson, Dr. John, Lew Tabackin, Charlie Mariano, Shirly Scott, Trudy Pitts,Bootsie Barnes, Sonny Stitt, Ernie Krivda, Rachel Z, Larry Young,George Young, Sweet Sue Terry, Greg Piccolo & Super Heavy Juice and Claire Daly.
~He's spent years in the trenches with the big bands of Tommy Dorsey under both Murray McEachern and later Buddy Morrow, Cab Calloway and Harry James. He's also been part of Ernie Krivda's Fat Tuesday big band. Tim's bassoon has been a part of the Lawrence "Butch" Morris Orchestra at the 2004 "Vision Festival" in New York City.

He loved the soul and rock gigs he's played with Aretha Franklin, Billy Paul, The 5th Dimension, Lou Christie, Lloyd Price, Four Tops, Felix Cavelerie, Al Kooper, Ike Turner, Lynyrd Skynyrd and many others from that idiom.



In addition to being the recipient of a Pennsylvania Council on the arts fellowship jazz grant five times!!

.... His saxophone books are published through Hal Leonard.

He currently writes workshop-masterclass articles for SONIC , the innovative German / Dutch music magazine.

He has authored three books on sax playing and is a contributor to http://www.saxontheweb.net/Price/

His SAX ON THE WEB LESSONS are respected world wide and used by students and pros every where.

His original tunes have been recorded by Houston Person,Supersax tenor player Jay Migliori and his composition " Twins Of Spirit" has been recorded by the Sean Kennedy 5 featuring Bob Mintzer!

Tim played the NORTH SEA JAZZ FESTIVAL in Holland in July 2002, as well as many radio shows and clubs with Dutch tenor sax player Hans Dulfer. Other festivals include Newport Festivals,Vision Festival in NYC, Tri-C Jazz Festival, Berks Jazz Festival ,Cape May Jazz Festival & Boston Globe Jazz Festival.

Tim performs and does clinics throughout the world. He teaches in New York City and from his home studio in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Price teaches jazz saxophone at the New School University in New York City, one of the best jazz schools in the world. He teaches at Michiko Studios in New York City as well. He is also a saxophone instructor at Long Island University / Brooklyn campus.


To book Tim Price Email him at timpricejazz@aol.com.

Artist's Influences
Tim's mentors have been his main inspiration Charlie Mariano as well as John LaPorta, Andy McGhee, Joe Viola and Kal Opperman.
Also Tim was influenced highly by his long time friend/teacher and one of the greatest jazz tenor saxists Sal Nistico.










Professional musician- educator- author -recording artist and Selmer clinician.

I have developed In addition to giving private studio instruction in my career, I have taught many students from Tokyo and Texas to Tel-Aviv using on line instruction via SKYPE.
This is so rewarding and exciting because it is the vanguard of education. I'm bringing people worldwide together via the educational aspets I can share with them on Skype.



In the last few years, Tim Price has had the extreme good fortune to have bands of his own featuring world class stellar players like Lew Tabackin, Bennie Green,Carl Allen, Ray Drummond, Allison Miller and Bill Goodwin.

Tim's travels have also taken him to New Orleans in September 2004 for a very special "Coltrane Tribute" with Tony Dagradi, and superstar drummer Stanton Moore from the jam band "Galactic". New Orleans finest was on bass, Chris Severen, and from "Los Hombres Calientes" pianist Victor Atkins. The Coltrane event as well as the club "Snug Harbor" was SRO !!
As were gigs that Tim played in the East Coast area with his bands with Rachel Z and drummer Bill Goodwin. At this point in time Tim's career couldn't be more positive, things are moving in a very positive way.As a clinician Tim has instigated a "Tribute To Oliver Nelson" in Saint Paul, MN as well as a favorite clinician and artist at the Cape May Jazz Festival.His stature at the North Sea Jazz Festival couldn't have been more prestigous with a backup band of Bennie Green on piano, Ray Drummond on bass, and Carl Allen on drums. Tim's special guest that night at the end of his set was Dutch superstar tenor titan Hans Dulfer.Tim also has been a special guest with Grateful Dead member Bob Weir's RATDOG.

His extensive studies have taken him into one on one learning with jazz masters like Sal Nistico, Charlie Banacos, Fred Lipsius, Sonny Stitt, Ray Pizzi and Kalman Opperman.
~ Tim has played with musicians like Bennie Green, Hans Dulfer, Lew Tabackin, Ray Drummond, Jon Mayer, Greg Bandy, James Gadson, Don Patterson, Billy James, Major Holley, Alan Dawson, Bill Doggett, Jack Mc Duff, Cecil Payne, Richie Cole, Charlie Watts from the Rolling Stones, Gary Burton, Doc Severinson, Dr. John, Lew Tabackin, Charlie Mariano, Shirly Scott, Trudy Pitts,Bootsie Barnes, Sonny Stitt, Ernie Krivda, Rachel Z, Larry Young,George Young, Sweet Sue Terry, Greg Piccolo & Super Heavy Juice and Claire Daly.
~He's spent years in the trenches with the big bands of Tommy Dorsey under both Murray McEachern and later Buddy Morrow, Cab Calloway and Harry James. He's also been part of Ernie Krivda's Fat Tuesday big band. Tim's bassoon has been a part of the Lawrence "Butch" Morris Orchestra at the 2004 "Vision Festival" in New York City.....the soul and rock gigs he's played with Aretha Franklin, Billy Paul, The 5th Dimension, Lou Christie, Lloyd Price, Four Tops, Felix Cavelerie, Al Kooper, Ike Turner, Lynyrd Skynyrd and many others from that idiom. Another dimension of Tim's talents are liner notes! Tim has written over 42 sets of liner notes for historic jazz records like "Front End" by Jerry Bergonzi, plus CD liner notes for David S. Ware, Ray Pizzi, Tab Smith, Bert Wilson and many other great saxophone players.

In addition to being the recipient of a Pennsylvania Council on the arts fellowship jazz grant five times!!
His saxophone books are published through Hal Leonard.

He has authored three books on sax playing and is a contributor to http://www.saxontheweb.net/Price/

His SAX ON THE WEB LESSONS are respected world wide and used by students and pros every where.

His original tunes have been recorded by Houston Person,Supersax tenor player Jay Migliori and his composition " Twins Of Spirit" has been recorded by the Sean Kennedy 5 featuring Bob Mintzer!

Tim played the NORTH SEA JAZZ FESTIVAL in Holland in July 2002, as well as many radio shows and clubs with Dutch tenor sax player Hans Dulfer. Other festivals include Newport Festivals,Vision Festival in NYC, Tri-C Jazz Festival, Berks Jazz Festival ,Cape May Jazz Festival & Boston Globe Jazz Festival.Price teaches jazz saxophone at the New School University in New York City, one of the best jazz schools in the world. He teaches at Michiko Studios in New York City as well. He is also a saxophone instructor at Long Island University / Brooklyn campus.


To book Tim Price Email him at timpricejazz@aol.com.

Artist's Influences
Tim's mentors have been his main inspiration Charlie Mariano as well as John LaPorta, Andy McGhee, Joe Viola and Kal Opperman.
Also Tim was influenced highly by his long time friend/teacher and one of the greatest jazz tenor saxists Sal Nistico.
Location:
East Coast- NyC- to Philly.
Interests:
~ I am looking to bridge & express my passion & inspiration to the world.
Occupation:
Saxophonist-teacher-author-Selmer clinician & proud Rico Reeds artist. I also endorse Theo Wanne.
My Instruments:
- I am a multi-woodwind player. I'm always glad to assist/help and talk. Drop me a line and I'll share with you the tools of my trade.
Education:
> Private study as teenager w/Sam Correnti- who was a teacher of Gerry Mulligan- played sax and flute with Sam.Also Joe Miller- Sax. Ralph Tragle-piano in high school, Mr Tragle was a Tristano follower and studied with Teddy Wilson.
Berklee Grad 1973. Private study after Berklee w/Charlie Banacos < @ 22 years >, Harold Jones-Flute, Sal Nistico, Kal Opperman- Clarinet, Don Christlieb-bassoon, Ray Pizzi- Improv/ spiritual guide. See my website bio for the details and more @ www.timpricejazz.com
Myspace account:
75374952...there's a lot of music on there from bop to free improv on bassoon- enjoy.

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Check out my Sax Lessons -NyC-Pa-or SKYPE
http://timpricejazz.com/study.html

Tim Price- On the Road (Promo)
http://www.youtube.com/user/TimPrice.../2/YGaAWGW5gWo

Info on SKYPE SAX STUDY W/ Tim
http://www.timpricejazz.com/skype2.html

STUFF TO SHED ON SOTW from Tim
http://www.saxontheweb.net/Price/

Meet Saxophonist Tim Price / RICO REEDS ; YOU TUBE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGaAWGW5gWo

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