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...of all time. In my previous blog post, we went over some of the most well-known saxophone solos in pop music. Few solos are as well-known as the “Born to Run” saxophone solo. For this article, I’m going to take a specific song (“Born to Run”) and go over the ensemble parts as well as the solo, and go over some general tips for transcribing similar material. Intro Riff “Born to Run” is in the key of E concert (F# on tenor saxophone, C# on alto saxophone). The intro riff on the saxophone is pretty simple. The chord... Read More

Vocal Exercises: Intermediate and Advanced

...the rhythm, take out the words and replace the words with a vowel, etc. to really work the tricky passage into the voice. Supplementary Material If you’re in the market for vocal exercises that will continue to challenge you and push you to the next level, then talk to your voice teacher about incorporating some supplementary material into your practice routine. Some common compilations of vocalises are Vaccai, Marchesi, Lütgen, and Sieber. These books of exercises each have varying technical focuses, so I encourage you to choose an option that best suits your current vocal goals and experience ... Read More

Music Lessons for Kids: How Young is Too Young?

...unable to practice and understand assignments. If the parent is willing to sit down with the student to help communicate written assignments and directions during practice time until the student is able to read proficiently, however, then the student’s reading ability won’t cause too much of a disadvantage. Does my child realistically have the time to commit to learning an instrument? Take a moment to consider the hours spent in school each weekday, time spent completing homework and participating in other activities (such as sports, dance, religion class, etc.), time spent at day care or play dates, and time needed for everyday needs (meals, baths, downtime). ... Read More

Can't Buy Me Love Chords: 3 Open-String Minor Chords in Action

...In the last installment we used Hey Joe to work on 5 open string major chords. If only major chords existed though, the world would be a boring place. After all, rock classics like Stairway to Heaven, While My Guitar Gently Weep, Hotel California, Comfortably Numb, et al would not exist. While major chords can be described as happy sounding, minor chords are sometimes described as sad. In this section we’ll take a look at 3 must-know, open-string minor guitar chords, E, A, and D, then apply them by learning to play the Can’t Buy Me Love chords. The symbol for a minor ... Read More

Jazz Exercises for the Saxophone: An Introduction to Playing in 12 Keys

...everything. There’s no way you could master an instrument or a concept, and that’s what makes jazz such a rewarding experience; it’s a lifelong learning process. Jazz is about individuality, originality, uniqueness, progressive thinking.   Learning jazz exercises for the saxophone in 12 keys is a necessary part of becoming a successful jazz musician. The above examples are uninspired, but they are the first step of a step-by-step systematic approach that will ultimately lead to success as a jazz improviser and a musician. Once you learn the above examples and feel comfortable applying them, you can move on to more complicated ... Read More
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