January/February 2012, Volume 36, No. 3

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ARTICLES THIS ISSUE
January/February 2012


Finale 2012 Reviewed
by David J. Gibson
A List of Improvements


Entrepreneurship 101
by Connie Frigo
Kickstart(er) Your Creative Project, Part I


New Saxophone Publications
by David Demsey
"Sonata For Saxophone by Jack Cooper"
"Studio Recording Of The Miles Davis Quintet
1965-1968"


Repair Demystified
by Curt Altarac
"Using Neck Liners To Correct Intonation"

Master Saxophone Engraver
by Steve "Saxgourmet" Goodson
Part II
Click here for a PDF view of Jason Dumar's Saxophone Engravings

Rock 'n Roll Saxophone
by Andrew Clark
Mixing Jazz, Soul, Rock And Roll
Accompanying Singer DD Martin


Creative Jazz Improvisation
by David Pope
Playing With Bricks...

-RECOMMENDED RECORDINGS-
Billy Kerr's Reviews
Infinito
Jean-Pierre Zanella
Seamus Blake Quintet
"Live At Smalls"

Seamus Blake


Frank Bongiorno's Reviews
Saxophone Premiere
James Houlik
The Radnofsky Saxophone Quartet
Plays Glazounov, Bach, Warren & Pierne.

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New Orleans Grooves
Masterclass/Play-Along CD
by Jason Mingledorff
Part II

My previous masterclass (New Orleans Grooves, Part 1) in the JulyAugust 2011 issue of Saxophone Journal, focused on the concept of the second line, a unique street groove that combines a clave-like syncopation with a slight swing feel. Please refer to New Orleans Grooves, Part 1 (JulyAugust 2011 issue of Saxophone Journal) for a history of the second line and a number of different ways that it can be presented.
For this masterclass, I’ve written four more songs that represent styles that are also important to local music lovers. These songs, which also show the influence of the second line, feature grooves that were popularized here from the late 1940s to the late 1960s. These include the New Orleans mambo of Professor Longhair, the rock ‘n roll and rhythm and blues of artists like Fats Domino and Huey “Piano” Smith, and the syncopated funk of the Meters.

NEW ORLEANS GROOVES: PART TWO
Track Title
1…….....Introduction
2……….Gentilly Mambo spoken intro
3……….Gentilly Mambo full performance
4……….Gentilly Mambo play-along
5……….Rockin’ on the Levee spoken intro
6……….Rockin’ on the Levee full performance
7……….Rockin’ on the Levee play-along
8……….Hideaway Hill spoken intro
9……….Hideaway Hill full performance
10..…….Hideaway Hill play-along
11..……..Metery Metairie spoken intro
12………Metery Metairie full performance
13………Metery Metairie play-along