Last edited by ianhart; 06-29-2008 at 11:53 PM. Reason: recording taken down
I have a fairly new website and have posted some recordings of myself on there (both jazz and classical) so please check it out and let me know what you think.
I'll soon by putting up the first movement of handels Sonata no 3. arranged by Sigurd Rascher ... I have a web cam and USB mic the mix in an APEX 81, I was just going to record and post the clip but if I can get the video in there somehow may allow more feedback, as right now I'm teacherless.
Any comments would help
Within all art the must be passion, without passion there is no beauty, without beauty, no truth and thus no art
Here's me playing the first movement of the Creston Sonata...it wasn't my best performance, plus I was doing it memorized. It was at State Solo and Ensemble and you can here the Judge (Lynn Klock)'s comments at the end...heh. Any criticism welcome, I'm gonna try to do Ibert this year...
And another of our trio (forgive the tenor and bari, they were both awfully sick but were troopers and decided to play anyway)
And heres a bonus video of our Quartet from my Sophomore year...I'm the white headed 1st Alto covered up behind Harvey Pittel's head...:P
Sorry the one I had up was corrupted, I'm reupping now
The Erie Saxophone Quartet on youtube
Exhibition of Modern Saxophone on YouTube
Takashi Yoshimatsu, Ida Gotkovsky, Ingolf Dahl and more. Enjoy!
I played this about a year ago for a sax recital...
I may regret posting this because I cringe every time I hear it but this is from the beginning of my freshman year. Its Rapsodie pour Saxophone by Debussy. They're some inconsistent parts and its a little dirty. I regret playing it without music but oh well I was playing on a rascher mouthpiece at the time.
Hope you enjoy
Here is Maslanka's Mountain Roads Mvt. 1. It was performed in early July by a Sax Quartet from a 5 week intense music study program. There were 3 Seniors and a Junior (me). I played tenor on this. Our quartet was coached by the one and only Mr. Phil Barham.
I just put up my website. Feel free to visit: www.chriscondonsax.com
It's a humble beginning, I know (I probably should have gotten the haircut BEFORE taking the pictures). But on my repertoire page, I did manage to put a few recordings.
282nd Army Band, Fort Jackson, SC
Hello. I played JacobTV (Jacob ter Veldhuis) 's "Grab It!" recently.
An amateur saxophone player in Japan
sorry for not good at English!
Mule, Deffayet, Rascher..., saxophone in U.K., contemporary music for saxophone
Website looks great and I like your playing. What is it like in Amsterdam?
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Please listen! More recordings to be added soon!
New to the Website.
My wife and I just put up a page for our private studio. On the Gallery page we have some audio and video clips. Enjoy!
Hey, I'm playing on the Mountain Roads one!
Here is a very ROUGH recording of the second movement of the Maslanka Sonata. I haven't seriously worked on this piece very much. I just wanted to see what some people thought about my tone, vibrato, and style. I hope I don't damage your opinion of this great piece.
Metallifonia (Olli-Pekka Tuomisalo, saxes & Risto-Matti Marin, piano) has released a CD titled "Far Beyond the Sun". Includes works by Van Halen, Yngwie Malmsteen, Paul Gilbert, Led Zeppelin and Stone. It can be ordered from www.ollipekkatuomisalo.com or straight from
Live video clips from a Sibelius Academy concert: www.youtube.com/ollipekkatuomisalo
Also clips of the Saxophone Concerto of Kalevi Aho and Avenue (sax & piano) by Sampo Haapamäki. These pieces have some of the most difficult altissimo writing ever done.
Metallifonia will be on a U.S. tour in October / November 2009.
I've already posted this in another thread, so I might as well put it here too.
I started working on this website over the summer, but then got sidetracked by random things, so it's still far from complete. I have some recordings there of parts of the Maurice Tableaux, San Antonio, and the Creston sonata, as well as a full recording of the Di Pasquale tenor sonata. Comments are welcome, of course.