Hello, I started a Supersax tribute group at Cal State Long Beach to do a concert later this year. I only have Cool Blues, Be-Bop, Lover Man, Groovin’ High, and Salt Peanuts. I wanted to ask you if you had anymore supersax charts you could send my way so I can add them to the program. Hope to hear back from you.
I can't seem to send a private message. (I think new users are blocked as spam protection). I was the guy who asked about the score for "Juan of these days." you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Any info you have would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for replying. I'm not quite sure if this is what you meant but the private message option is not coming up for me.
I need the notes for the saxophone part for 'The one He kept for me' on a alto Sax please, my email is email@example.com.
I recently read that you have an arrangement of "Birdland" played by Maynard Ferguson? Do you think you could email me the score? Thanks in advance!
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hmmm. I visit the TH and TM forums regularly even though I'm actually a saxophonist, principally alto. I never played trumpet, so I might not have the insight you were looking for.
Hi! I'm "bamajazzlady" from both TH and TM forums as I'm a beginning trumpeter in progress. Came to SOTW for sax insight as I see learning alto sax in my future.
I've tried to send an email to you 3 times and every time they have been rejected. I have the main one still in my drafts folder so can you give me another email address I can send it to you so I dont have to type it all out again. Thanks,
Peter O'Grady email: pogrady@ shoalhaven.net.au
I'm afraid you've misinterpreted your source or come across some misinformation. Maybe if you told me more about what you found and where you found it, I can get you headed in the right direction.
I don't have the chart, but I do have a fake book lead sheet if that would be any help.
I wonder if you may be able to help me.
I run a Litttle Big Band here in the UK, playing swing for community events. We have for some time now been trying to find a BB chart of Artie Shaw's "Moon Ray", having heard the mp3, but it seems to be little known. Research has revealed that you hold the collection of his music and find that the piece is referred to in the collection. It apparently resides in box 19 for his 1939 recording but in a more complete form in box 63, folder 8, for his later 1945 recording. Is it possible for me to obtain a copy of this version of "MoonRay" as a pdf file or indeed, how it may be obtained please. It seems such a shame that the piece is not played anymore.
I have the Nick Lane big-band arrangerment of "Birdland" as performed by Maynard Ferguson. If you'd like more information on the chart or how to acquire a copy, please respond by e-mail.