This is the most in-depth approach to playing the saxophone ever published. In this two-volume boxed set, master saxophonist John Harle reveals his ground-breaking techniques for fluent and natural playing – transforming the musical and learning experience of students and professionals alike. Practical, clear and universally relevant, The Saxophone discloses John Harle’s secrets to playing with individuality, fluent technique and a powerful musical presence by:- introducing revolutionary new concepts such as the Reed Fan, the Power Lines and the Cathedral of Resonance- exploring every aspect of playing and performing, from breathing, resonant tone production and fluent articulation through to techniques for building ease and flow in performance- featuring unique anatomical diagrams, stunning visualisations and colour-coded musical examples throughout- offering expert advice on all aspects of performance: dealing with fear, nerves and adrenalin, developing a strong psychological approach and setting goalposts for success- including practice wheels that help develop a structured and relaxed practice routine.
Sweet Music in Harlem: Debbie Taylor, Frank Morrison
DescriptionThis album provides new repertoire for saxophonists, (soprano, alto or tenor) in a wide selection of pieces. Suitable for competent players. Includes score and part. Also for ABRSM examinations grade 4 Tenor Sax.SonglistBlues For Marguerite (John Harle)Flow My Tears [Dowland, John]Hum Drum (John Harle)Je Te Veux [Satie, Erik]Lost And Found [Nyman, Michael]Matthew´s Song (John Harle)Novello Blues (John Harle)Qui N´aroit Autre Deport (Guillaume De Machaut)Tender Is The Night - Nicole´s Theme (Richard Rodney Bennett)Tender Is The Night - Rosemary´s Waltz (Richard Rodney Bennett)The Fool (Andy Sheppard & Steve Lodder)Wiegenlied (Cradle Song)
Taschenbuch - 492 Seiten - Omnibus Press - 2010 - Englisch ´Tony Fletcher has demonstrated extraordinary depth in his research and vibrancy in his writing. Not only was I fascinated by his stories of times and styles about which I knew little, but, in those areas in which I knew a lot, he has connected all the dots for me.... ) Oh, yeah, and it´s a damned good read:´ comes an incisive history of New York´s seminal music scenes, encompassing the ways in which the city´s indigenous art, literature, theater, and political movements converged to create such unique sounds, as well as the music´s vast contribu-tions to our culture. With great attention to the characters, from trumpet player Dizzy Gillespie to Tito Puente, Bob Dylan to the Ramones, All Hopped Up and Ready to Go takes us through bebop, the Latin music scene, the folk revival, glitter music, disco, punk, and hip-hop, as they emerged from the neighborhood streets of Harlem, the Village, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Queens. ´A fly-on-the-wall vantage point to some of the most important musical happenings in popular history, the book is equally as good about covering the city of New York itself and how this amazing city helped influence all of this incredible music. I enjoyed this book almost as much as I originally enjoyed all the music it covered:´ ´With dazzling prose and rich detail, Tony Fletcher brings to life the colorful characters, tortured geniuses, and ambitious visionaries behind a half-century of diverse music brewed in New York City.... [It is] filled with fascinating behind-the-scenes stories and astute musical descriptions that make you want to hear every single song cited in the book´ ´This is the first time I have seen anyone attempt to chronicle the whole of New York´s popular music, and Tony is remarkably successful in his endeavor:´
(2015/Real Gone Music) 12 tracks.Die Viscounts spielen einen Surf-Meets-Rockabilly-Meets-Sleazy R&B/Jazz Sound, das richtige für einen späten Samstag Ausgeh-Abend. Limited Mini LP Sleeve Edition.