Percussion(7), Bassoon, Baritone Saxophone(3), Clarinet, English Horn, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Bagpipe, French Horn(2), Trumpet(2), Strings, Tuba
Sheet music for Trumpet, Tenor Saxophone, Bagpipe
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Hi, if there are 2 eighth notes, there'll be connected automatically. I want them separated, two single eighth notes. what shall I do? I didn't find somthing in the instruction.I hope you understand what I want to know.
Hello! I've been playing Tenor Saxophone for 5 years now and I am curious about a good investment. I currently have an Allora Intermediate Series Tenor and I would like to have a more permanent investment saxophone.Another topic I would like to know more about is a good Soprano Saxophone investment since if you don't buy a good one, repairs can get quite expensive!
I’ve been playing the Alto Saxophone for over 2 years now, and I’ve never used/owned a pad saver.However I recently brought a new saxophone and the dealer insisted that I buy a pad saver as it is essential to prolong the life of a Saxophone,He also mentioned that without a pad saver the saxophone pads would be at risk of moisture/humidity, which will reduce the life of the Saxophone pads to a year or two.Now most of the advance/pro saxophonist I’ve met do not use pad savers, instead they prefer to use swabs to clean out all the moisture after playing the saxophone and keeping the case open for an hour or two to allow the residual moisture to dry out.Moreover some(including me) believe that pad savers actually do more harm than good by retaining moisture in them, and if you keep it inside the Saxophone then it could damage the pads.What are your thoughts about pad savers?