Nov/Dec 2005, Volume 30, No. 2
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ARTICLES THIS ISSUE
November/December 2005

The Sax Doctor
by Emilio Lyons
"Selmer Vintage Tenor Serial Numbers"
"Corking An Alto Sax Neck"

Creative Teaching Techniques
by Steve Mauk
"Teaching Musicality"

Rock 'n Roll Saxophone
by Andrew Clark
"Bass Guitar And The Saxophone, Pt. I "

The Mightiest Saxophone
by Jay Easton
"Return Of The Contrabass Sax "

New Saxophone Publications
by David Demsey
"Soliloquy"
Gabriel Faure
"Hal Leonard Artist Subscription Series"
Wayne Shorter Collection
Lester Young Collection
Bud Shank Collection
John Coltrane Collection
Jackie McLean Collection
Hal Leonard, publisher

A Lesson With Benjamin Boone
by Greg Banaszak

10 Favorite Jazz Duo Recordings
by Paul Haar
10
Phil and Quill with Prestige (Original Jazz Classics)
9
Conversation With Warne (Criss Cross Jazz)
8
The Wardell Gray-Dexter Gordon Quintet:
a.k.a. The Chase (Dial, Steeplechase)
7
Boss Tenors: Straight Ahead From Chicago 1961 (Prestige)
6
Gerry Mulligan Meets The Saxophonists (Verve)
5
George Garzone: Four’s And Two’s (NYC Records)
4
Coleman Hawkins Encounters Ben Webster (Verve)
3
Phil Woods and Lew Tabackin (Evidence)
2
Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh (Koch Jazz)
1
Cannonball and Coltrane (EmArcy)


RECOMMENDED RECORDINGS
Paul Wagner's Reviews
Sax For Fun
Caro Nanni, saxophone
Lyric Soprano
Kenneth Tse

Billy Kerr's Reviews
Phil Woods
A Life In E-Flat: Portrait Of A Jazz Legend (DVD)
This Is How I Feel About Quincy (CD)
Phil Woods And Carl Sanders Play Mancini (CD)
Groovin' To Marty Paich (CD)
Bouncing With Bud & Phil (CD)


Frank Bongiorno's Reviews
Live At Yoshi's
Steve Heckman
Bouncing With Bud & Phil
Phil Woods & Bud Shank

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MASTERCLASS/PLAY-ALONG CD
Circular Breathing
by Peter Corser
Circular breathing allows you to play streams of notes, resulting in highly complex and colorful musical expressions. It may be integrated into all manner of situations as long as you bear in mind the amount of space it takes up. Using circular breathing creates a feeling of non-stop music, which accounts for the feeling of occupying lot’s of space in the form of physical time.
MASTERCLASS MUSIC TRACKS
Track Name Time
1. Study 1 0:47
2. Study 2 0:56
3. Study 3 0:57
4. Study 4 0:55
5. Study 5 1:10
6. Pebbles play-a-long 4:33
7. Brown Bear play-a-long 4:52
8. Gard du Nord play-a-long 2:19
9. Vin de Table play-a-long 4:35
10. Pebbles trio (full version) 4:30
11. Brown Bear trio (full version) 4:48
12. Gard du Nord trio (full version) 2:16
13. Vin de Table trio (full version) 4:30
14. Fontainebleau 2ème partie 7:09
15. Stone Still 3:56
16. The Old Creaky Wishing Gate 6:44