Vol. 26, No. 4
March/April 2002


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FRONT COVER INTERVIEWS

Paul Winter
by Ernest L. Kalwa & Elysia DeLaurentis

Jay Beckenstein
by Thomas Erdmann
Todd Oxford
by Jeremy Gibson
ARTICLES AND FEATURE COLUMNS

THE SAXOPHONE QUARTET
"David Stock's Sax Appeal"
by Susan Fancher

PSYCHOLOGY AND THE SAXOPHONE
"Stage Psychology: Understanding Yourself"

by Ryan Fraser

REPAIRING YOUR SAXOPHONE
"The Saxophone G# Mechanism"

by Emilio "The Sax Doctor" Lyons

NEW SAXOPHONE PUBLICATIONS
"Favorite Operatic Arias" by Armando Guidoni
"Best of the Brecker Brothers & Michael Brecker Collection"

by David Demsey

TIPS ON DOUBLING
"Extensions: Triadic Structures, Alto Flute Extended Techniques, Quarter Tone Fingerings For Clarinet, Multiple Woodwinds"

by Chris Vadala

THE PROFESSIONAL SAXOPHONIST
"The Art Of Practicing"

by Laura Dreyer
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The Line Between
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Papa's Got A
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Tips And Techniques For Two Horns
MASTERCLASS CD
By Sax Gordon & Andrew Clark
Sax Gordon and I recorded this project at my house using a Mac Server 63/300, a Audiomedia III card running with ProTools LE software, and a Mackie 1402VLZ mixer. Microphones used were all Shure models: WM98, Beta 58, and a 33-1070D for Gordon’s voice track. THE SHEET MUSIC The sheet music is the individual sax parts written out for tenor and alto/bari. The solos are not transcribed but all the horn parts are. On the tracks sub-titled “no horns” we invite you to use the sheet music Sax Gordon and Andrew Clark prepared, and play along. Because of the length of the sheet music with this masterclass we included only the tenor 1, and tenor 2 parts in this issue of Saxophone Journal. The sheet music for Eb alto and baritone, is available as a free download from our website. You’ll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to read and print the .pdf music files. If you need it, we included a link to acquire the Adobe Acrobat Reader browsing utility (not only for Saxophone Journal music, etc., but all internet usage). Please visit: www.dornpub.com/saxophonejournal/twohornsmusic.html

THE TUNES
Funky Bradford
This tune is reminiscent of the funky Broadway groove and named for the location of Papasax Studios.
Hubcap Hop
This tune is named after the long running band that Gordon and I were involved with in Cambridge.
Deadline Blues
This tune was the first tune we started working on for this project and from the beginning we knew we would never meet any deadline now matter how liberal it was.
Sideman Salute
No, the title isn’t meant as a tribute to those hard working saxophonists toiling away for merciless singers across the country. It’s actually a military style salute that horn players give each other. It ends with your watch in front of your eyes!
All saxophone parts were written and arranged by Gordon Beadle.



TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR TWO HORNS MASTERCLASS
By Sax Gordon with Andrew Clark
MarchApril 2002 Saxophone Journal

CD Tracks
1. Gordon Speaks
2. about Funky Bradford
3. about Hubcap Hop
4. about Deadline Blues
5. about Sideman Salute
6. Funky Bradford
7. Funky Bradford (no horns)
8. Hubcap Hop
9. Hubcap Hop (no horns)
10. Deadline Blues
11. Deadline Blues (no horns)
12. Sideman Salute
13. Sideman Salute (no horns)
14. When the other horn doesn’t show up
15. ‘A’ concert tuning pitch




Tips And Techniques For Two Horns
Sax Gordon & Andrew Clark Masterclass CD
March/April 2002 Sax Journal

Volume 26, No. 4
Article in Magazine
Sheet Music in Bb
Sheet Music in Eb
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The Tenor I and Tenor II parts were published in Mar/Apr 2002 Sax Journal. The Eb Alto/Baritone sheet music is included here as a free .pdf download.

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