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    anyway to make the great grand teacher to Mr. Adolphe Sax?

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    Let's see:

    Jazz Grand-Teachers: Jackie McLean- - - -Charlie Parker (great grand)

    Classical Grand Teachers: Sampen (also a former direct teacher), Abato, Hemke.

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    My Grand Teachers: Joe Viola, Frank Chase, David Liebman, Joe Henderson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy
    Sigurd Rascher
    And no one else? Or just no one else worth mentioning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulwl
    And no one else? Or just no one else worth mentioning?
    Honestly I'm not sure. Sigurd Rascher was the main influence saxophone-wise on the teachers that I have spent a significant amount of time with. I suppose there might be a clarinet heavy-weight in there from my time with Ronald Caravan. But not knowing much about the clarinet world, I don't know. Lawrence Gwozdz, one of my other main teachers, studied with Jean-Marie Londiex on a sabbatical, so he might be considered one of my grand-teachers as well.

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    My principal grand-teacher was Kneller Hall, the home of the British army's school of music.

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    My grand teachers are Hemke and James Hill (OSU)

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    Marcel Mule ---> Eugene Rousseau ---> me

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    Can't remember his name but my 'Uncle' teacher is John Coltrane, according to my teacher...
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    "Saxophone: Roger Greenberg which makes Londiex my great-grand teacher"

    Ditto to that. Studied undergrad at UNC
    But I love my CONN'S!!!

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    My sax teacher's teacher was Dr. Gerald Welker (RIP). I went to high school with Gerry Welker, and I taught him to play jazz. The circle is unbroken.

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    My great grandteacher was Francois Combelle --- Marcel Mule --- Joe Viola.
    Almost goes back to Adolph.
    http://translate.google.com/translat...elle%26hl%3Den

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    Hey Jermey - Yale Rascher camp 1992 - Is that you I remember being there?

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    Mule through Rousseau
    Ray Ricker/Ken Radnofsky/Claude Delagle through Matt Sintchak

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    On the classical side of the horn, my grand-teachers include Dr. Griffin Campbell, Dr. Gerald Welker, Dr. James Forger, and most importantly, Mr. Londeix.

    On the jazz side of the horn, they include Wynton Marsalis, Chris Potter, Cleveland Eaton, Ray Reach, Jonathan Noffsinger, and Ted Nash.

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    I'm completely self-taught. Does that make me an orphan? I feel I have a large family of step-teachers though - not full time committed teachers, just colleagues who have shown me little tricks and techniques. Plus there's SOTW.
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