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Yes, I spent two years at Brevard Music Center! A really wonderful program, Prof. Lulloff usually takes 4 college age students and 4 high school students. You do lots of chamber music, there are...
Chris Creviston plays it on this CD.
I'm pretty sure it's on Spotify.
Check the pitch you blow on the mouthpiece alone! You should be blowing an A.
07-17-2012, 04:36 AM
The Caravan book. There are mistakes in it, but it's worth it.
04-25-2012, 03:50 AM
Definitely very hard. I would say that Worksong would get the nod only because it is new and unfamiliar. The Judges have heard people play Bonneau for their entire careers and Worksong has only been...
Here's a great recording of Klonos.
Yes, there definitely are! One of the best ways to find these pieces are to look at college rep lists. Here is the list from Bowing Green State University:...
Up for trade is a Selmer Series III tenor neck. I got it on here a couple years ago to use on my Yanagisawa, it didn't fit, and it has sat on my shelf since then. It has some customary lacquer...
10-28-2011, 01:24 PM
I have played with both CD and Live Electronics, and I have had enjoyable experiences with both.
Regarding pre-recorded sound- it doesn't have to be limiting! I found that working a lot with the...
This notation system all comes from the fingering chart in Hello, Mr Sax! by Jean-Marie Londeix. It's ~60 bucks, but it's a great reference. Totally worth it.
These fingerings are not perfect,...
Wanamaker- Duo Sonata
Both are on http://www.innova.mu/artist1.asp?skuID=401
I've got a recording up on my soundcloud, if you care to listen.
I really like Dr. Richtmeyer's recording:
02-14-2011, 11:24 PM
There are a good number of dissertations on Proquest and other thesis databases.
01-19-2011, 12:36 AM
Hello, Mr. Sax! by Jean-Marie Londeix
I've seen the Slap Tonguing chapter of Dr. Nabb's dissertation, it is amazing. Really detailed and gives a good history of the technique. This chapter...
01-11-2011, 04:25 AM
These are among the most popular solo saxophone pieces:
Luciano Berio- Sequeza VIIb and IXb
Francois Rosse- Le Frene Egare
Ryo Noda- Mai
Christian Lauba- Steady Study on the Boogie, Hard, most...
My friend Anthony Vine wrote me this piece for bari & electronics earlier this year- it's an interesting piece & a lot of fun to perform.
12-17-2010, 02:36 AM
Sorry, I've just had bad experiences taking contemporary lit into lessons only to be lectured on why the piece is bad and walking out with no constructive feedback.
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