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Jazz Saxophone: An In-Depth Look At The Styles Of The Tenor Masters


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Media: Book, CD
Arrangement: Saxophone (SAX)
Skill Level: Intermediate - Explain this
Artist: Dennis Taylor
Catalogue #: HL00310983
ISBN: 9780634058493
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Description

This book/CD pack is solely devoted to providing you with a complete overview of the techniques and styles popularised by the greatest jazz tenor saxophonists of all time.

All the best are here: from the cool bebop excursions of Dexter Gordon, to the stellar musings of John Coltrane, with more than a dozen master players examined in between.

Includes lessons, music, historical analysis and rare photos, plus a CD with 16 full-band tracks!

The 16 pieces in this book are each in the style of on of the following artists:

  • Lester Young; Coleman Hawkins; Ben Webster; Paul Gonsalves; Gene Ammons; Dexter Gordon; Zoot Sims; Sonny Stitt; Sonny Rollins; Hank Mobley; Harold Land; Stan Getz; Charlie Rouse; John Coltrane; Joe Henderson; and George Coleman



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    Sales Rank: Not specified
    Published on: 01/10/2004
    Format: Instrumental Tutor
    Length: 80 pages
    Language: English
    Publisher: Hal Leonard

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