John Laughter: Rock & Roll Saxophone (Second Edition)

Books and CDs | Saxophone

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Author: John Laughter
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Rock & Roll Saxophone is an interesting study of the basic techniques and sound effects used in rock n roll solo performance. Find out about growl, flutter tone, altissimo register, reed squeal, double tone, slap tongue and more!
ISBN: 9781574240986
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 16 March 2001
No of pages: 64
Language: English
Catalogue No: HLE00000277

        Musicroom Reviews

        This method book/CD covers the sound effects used in Pop, Blues, Country, Jazz and Rock music and includes; growl, flutter tongue, subtone, double tone, ghosting, altissimo, slap tongue, trills, vibrato, etc. The CD examples include both alto and tenor for "play along" purposes. Photos/Bios cover the 50's through the 90's; Lee Allen, Sil Austin, Sam Butera, Dave Camp, Johnny Colla, Angella Christie, King Curtis, Myanna, Richard Elliott, Johnny and the Hurricanes, Junior Walker and the Allstars, Kenny G, Jenny Hill, Dave Koz, Steve Douglas, The Champs, Clarence Clemons, Grady Gaines with Little Richard, Boots Randolph, Amy Lee, Joe McGlohon with Reba, Herb Hardesty, Edgar Winter and Billy Vaughn. The forward was written by Scott Page who toured with Pink Floyd, Supertramp and Toto. Guest performers include Myanna, Jenny Hill and the Burning Brass. If you enjoy playing Pop music, you will enjoy this method book.
        John Laughter - (Macon, Ga)