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Basic Jazz Improvisation for Saxophone
Let Lynda Reid teach you the basic skills to create your own sax lines over jazz chord changes. Learn to read chord symbols and apply the correct scales and modes to common jazz chord progressions. Recommended for the intermediate level player.
Basic Jazz Saxophone Techniques
Lynda Reid explores the basic techniques used by the pros, including articulations, vibrato, subtones, ghosting, falls, turns, bending, alternate fingerings and more. If you're an intermediate level player and are ready to take a giant step forward with your playing, this is the video for you.
Beginning Sax with Scott Page
Scott Page, one of the most recognized sax players in Rock 'n Roll presents solid rock sax basics to help you get started enjoying your sax as a soloist and what you need to know to become part of a rock group. Scott covers the important sax basics, everything from the different members of the sax family to how to select the proper mouthpiece and reeds, tuning, and the importance of finding the right teacher to inspire and motivate you. Learn how to develop good ear training and its' importance in how you produce your own sound. He demonstrates exercises for tone and embouchure development to help muscles develop more quickly. With simple fingering examples, you'll be playing scales and the most popular rock blues progressions in no time with the phrasing and dynamics that rock demands, flutter tonguing and slapping to create those powerful, gutsy rock sounds.
Modern Sax - Eric Marienthal
Play Sax from Day One - Eric Marienthal
A complete introduction to the saxophone for the beginner. Starts with an overview of the saxes (soprano, alto, tenor, etc.), then gives pointers on how to handle the instrument, how to put the horn together, mouth-pieces, reeds, ligature, tone production, fingerings, tonguing and more. Includes finger chart.
Tricks of the Trade - Eric Marienthal
Tricks of the Trade is a comprehensive study of the many tools used by today's top musicians, focusing on jazz improvisation in a play-along format. Segments include playing over changes, creating rhythm in your playing, "trick licks," high note licks, growls and multiphonics, and communicating with an audience.
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