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Ultra Smooth Jazz Grooves: Alto Saxophone

Instrumental Tutor | Sheet Music and Books

PUBLISHER: ADG Productions
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Tutor
Internationally renowned authors, musicians and recording artists, Frank Villafranca and Andrew D. Gordon , have composed a collection of grooves and melodies in the Smooth Jazz Genre creating an excitingsupplemental jazz study series for beginner, intermediate and advanced jazz students and
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Specifications
Publisher ADG Productions
Instrumentation Alto Saxophone
Difficulty Intermediate
Product Format Instrumental Tutor
Genre Jazz
UPC 663389112520
No. ADG125BKCD
Number of pages 48
Description

Internationally renowned authors, musicians and recording artists, Frank Villafranca and Andrew D. Gordon, have composed a collection of grooves and melodies in the Smooth Jazz Genre creating an excitingsupplemental jazz study series for beginner, intermediate and advanced jazz students and musicians.

The smooth jazz grooves in this 46 page book feature a variety of contemporary rhythm section styles including R&B,Jazz, Funk, Top 40, Rock, Gospel, Hip Hop and Latin. These stylistic influences are frequently associated with smooth jazz. Popular artists in this genre include, The Super Groovers, David Sanborn, Eric Marienthal, Kenny G,DaveKoz, David Benoit, Tom Scott, Gerald Albright, Candy Dulfer, Wilton Felder, Boney James, Chris Botti, Chuck Mangione, Sade, George Benson, Peter White, Lee Ritenour, Earl Klugh, Larry Carlton, Jeff Lorber, Brian Culbertson,George Duke, Joe Sample, Spyro Gyra, Pat Metheny, Four Play, The Yellow Jackets and The Rippingtons.


On each of the 20 tracks, the groove is separated into 3 melodic ideas. Each melodic idea (example or riff) isplayed first, by the saxophone with the groove, followed by just the rhythm section groove, without sax. The 1st example is usually the easiest, the 2nd slightly harder and the 3rd the most difficult.

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