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    I just added a clip on my site with me on bass saxophone. It's on the bass sax sale page.

    The clip is part of Dr. Walter Hartley's "Aubade" and is performed by the Saxophone Orchestra from the 2003 Cardinal Saxophone Workshop.

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    prodigal: Your tone, and vibrato on soprano sound almost exactly like a kid in my high school, except he plays alto.

    I would post a sound clip, but I'm not very good as I just started a few months ago, and I left my sax at school.

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    i just recorded some (not for this purpose, but what the hey!)
    This one is Allegretto Brilliante, and there are some spots where i stop playing for a few seconds. this is where there's a measure or more of rest, so bear that in mind, and it's quite long. (4:05)

    Edit: I forgot to put in the URL
    http://us.share.geocities.com/lordsa...Brilliante.mp3

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    I tried to listen, but the site says the file is not available.

    Alan

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    maybe you have to go from my site to it
    oops. wrong link

    here's the right one:
    http://www.geocities.com/lordsaximon...Brilliante.mp3

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    I got it to work by cutting-and-pasting the link. Clicking still did not work.

    You have a nice full sound for a young player!

    Alan

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    hey thanks.
    yeah, Geocities can be weird sometimes.

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    Wow, good stuff all. I just perused this entire thread and listened to all the recordings posted. I particularly enjoyed the quartet in Qwerty's recording, very good blend, time, style, stylistic sound, top-notch quartet work! I'd like to hear more of your stuff if it's not too much trouble.

    All beginnings are humble, right? For those curious, very out of adjustment Vito student alto, Meyer 5M mouthpiece, Vandoren java 3 reeds, Vandoren optimum lig, and something like 6 months of serious saxophone study. I like to think I've made leaps and bounds since this recording, but... yea, I have, and it almost pains me to listen to it now Oh well. Enjoy, if you dare

    Bozza's Improvisation et Caprice, in that order, played from memory. DAMN that was nerve-racking


    http://www.thepagebetween.com/music/Improvisation.wma
    http://www.thepagebetween.com/music/Caprice.wma


    If you go to:

    http://www.thepagebetween.com/music/music.php

    You can find my recorded jazz tunes as well, recorded in the same session, just after the classical ones. They are done to playalong CD's, and found under the name "Queitus". "Improvisation 2" is actually Indiana, Donna Lee, a Charlie Parker solo, then some improvisation, all done along to the same cd. Have fun!

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    Default A few examples

    We seem to be a little stagnant here so I've posted a few examples of my playing on my website. All the pieces are performed without accompaniment. Comments, suggestions, criticisms, etc. are all welcome.
    www.geocities.com/markal36

    Come on folks, let us here you.

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    http://www.geocities.com/markal36
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    Default more of the Mid-hudson sax quartet!

    thanks for the nice words razzy! here is a link to get you to hear a few more clips of the mid-hudson saxophone quartet:

    http://members.aol.com/midhudsonsax4tet/recordings.html

    the members of the quartet are

    me (steve kieley) soprano
    deb tice alto
    dan teare tenor
    charlie gray baritone

    hope you enjoy!

    steve

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    Hi all! I´ve got a few clips from some of my CD´s on my website (under "sound clips") www.kolumbus.fi/pekka.tuomisalo
    Olli-Pekka

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    Awesome playing! Thanks for pointing us to your site.

    Alan

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    Olli-Pekka is a wonderful player, and has done a service to saxophonists by recording CDs of obscure but beautiful works by Finnish composers. I recommend his CDs "Finnish Saxophone Concertos" and "A Breath of Spring".

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    I just uploaded a recording of myself playing the Muczynski Sonata with piano accompaniment.

    http://www.angelfire.com/music6/fargosax

    Certainly not perfect, so let's hear some constructive criticism.

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    Wow. Fantastic playing for someone just entering college! I know of at least one recording by a legendary saxophonist that does not have this much energy or lyricism.

    Since you specifically asked for suggestions/comments, I'll make just two.

    1) In the first movement, I felt that some of the dotted rhythms were almost tripletized, whereas, if anything, I would tend to go the opposite direction (towards double-dotted) to add to the dramatic feel.

    2) In the second movement, make sure you restore the drive/vigor after the more lyrical segments. Midway through was not as forceful/energetic as the beginning.

    Great playing!

    Alan

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    This is a great thread, I've really enjoyed listening to everyone play. Thank you.

    A friend of mine just found a live performance that we did when I was at USM with the Sax-Chamber orchestra. The performance was at the Kennedy Center.

    http://www.kennedy-center.org/progra..._id=SAXCHAMBER
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    Thanks for the postings, gents. I enjoyed the sax choir, and Dan -- very nice! For your age, you're playing remarkably well. I congratulate Russ Peterson (an acquaintence of mine from long ago). You do many things very well. Keep listening to him.

    Where are you gonna go to school?

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    Razzy, you have some great tone! like moi!
    your Caprice lacked the finesse of a good classical piece. you're a junior?

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    Ah prodigal, if only I knew where I was going to school.

    I am not sure, but my main choices (I've been accepted to all of them; a lot now comes down to money) are:

    (In order of momentary preference)
    >Lawrence University in Appleton, WI
    >Youngstown State University in Youngstown, OH
    >Concordia College in Moorhead, MN
    >University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA

    A lot of differences between the schools, yes. But I'll figure something out.

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