Anyone have any good rock and/or video game duets for Trumpet and Trombone.
Join my new banana group. Sure to be lots of sweet yellow slippery fun (whatever that means).
haven't did this in a while
Sorry but I thought that it should be done
Does anybody know any saxophone players, that have Musescore? If you do, please message me through musescore!
In this group, 16 people will be entered in a tournament. Edward will assign a song and you will have to upload it on musescore, and the best people on that song will move on to the next round. Like you will be against somebody from the group. You will compete against him, and If you win, you will move on to the winners of round 1. You must be serious about this, this means that you must do it if you signed up and no joking around! Only 16 spots!!! Be the first to sign up now!!, This means that there were 16 spots open now there are 4 spots left!
I wanted to make a multi track recording and wanted some suggestions for some more slow pieces, they don't have to be super easy but i am looking for something more like legato and beautiful as i figure the faster the notes are the more of a hard time i would have with keeping in time
still, a work in progress need feedback and a name for the piece I'm open to ideas I'm not going to get offended if you say it's not that good
I’ve been practicing the extreme register for a month or two now, and while I’m only 15, it’s become a lot easier and I can even perform some solos that involve altissimo notes (for example, Daro Behroozi’s tenor sax solo in the Danza cover by Lucky Chops, and a couple of their other songs). However, I still find it difficult to accurately hit and nearly impossible to hold altissimo G. I’ve been told many times it’s the hardest one to hit, but I’ve never gotten solid advice on a good practice method. Ideas?
I was wondering what the most common saxophone variant is, whether is be soprano, alto, tenor, or baritone. Can you tell me your type.