Hello ladies & gentlemens,
and welcome ti the History of the Tenor Saxophone *PART 0.0* PREVIEW!!!
Here what is about: last day I was reading the work I did for the conservatory some years ago and I thought that maybe some one of you could be interested in it. It is the history of the Saxophone in the Jazz Music. Starting from his birth I will describe you the incredible development this instrument made in such a short time and I will guide you trough the years with the help of audio and videos.
This little trip we will make into the story of jazz saxophone will last from five up to eight weeks this means I will post five or eight articles with interactive content so that you can enjoy the most this passionate story of this instrument that wrote in an incredible short time the history of this genre of music “JAZZ”.
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Well thats all for the moment, I leave you with two great songs down here of two great saxophone player that we will discover in the first article.
- BUD FREEMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA “Where have you been“: Yank Lawson (tp) Lou McGarity (tb) Edmond Hall (cl) Bud Freeman (ts) Gene Schroeder (p) Carmen Mastren (g) Bob Haggart (b) Ray McKinley (d);
DON BYAS “I Got Rhythm“: recorded at Town Hall New York City, NY June 9,1945 | Don Byas – Tenor Sax, “Slam” Stewart – Bass.
Enjoy and write to you soon!