SeptOct 2005, Volume 30, No. 1
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ARTICLES THIS ISSUE
September/October 2005
Creative Jazz Improvisation
by David Pope
"The Lydian Dominant IV Chord"

The Sax Doctor
by Emilio Lyons
"The Glue That Holds Pads In Place"

Creative Teaching Techniques
by Steve Mauk
"Performance Anxiety, Stage Fright... "

Rock 'n Roll Saxophone
by Andrew Clark
"Overdubbing: Covering Your Tracks"

The Saxophone Quartet
by Susan Fancher
"Vibrato In Sax Quartet Playing"

New Saxophone Publications
by David Demsey
"Woodwind Mouthpiece Selection"
"Hal Leonard Jazz Play-Alongs:
Vol 17 Count Basie
Vol 18 Harold Arlen
Vol 19 Rogers & Hart Classics"

A Lesson With Michael Skinner
by Greg Banaszak

A Lip In Distress
by Joshua Musselwite
"My Encounters With Reed Allergies"

RECOMMENDED RECORDINGS
Paul Wagner's Reviews
Serenade
Jean-Yves, saxophone
Full English Mower In The Bluegrass
15 Years Of Mega-Sax

Billy Kerr's Reviews
LIke Silver, Like Song
Jane Ira Bloom, saxophone
Urban Soundscapes
Rob Middleton, saxophone
Beyond The Sound Barrier
Wayne Shorter, saxophone

Frank Bongiorno's Reviews
Parker's Mood
Stefano di Battista, saxophone
Echos Of The Night
Dick Oatts, saxophone
Sonic Tonic
Ron Blake, saxophone

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MASTERCLASS/PLAY-ALONG CD
New Music New Instruments
by Peter Schmid
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MASTERCLASS CD TRACKS
1. Bassic Windloop (tubax, bassax, 3 bass clarinets) 3:00
2. Ornithology (4 bass saxophones) 1:28
3. TuBbax(s)ology (Bb tubax solo) 3:47
4. Basic Slapsticks (bassax, bass flute, bass clarinet) 1:46
5. Dialogue I (bass saxophone, taragot) 1:38
6. Dialogue II (soprillo, soprano saxophone) 1:39
7. Dialogue III (bass saxophone, Eb tubax) 0:39
8. Slapsticks VII (three soprillo saxophones) 0:47
9. Ornithology II (four soprillo saxophones) 1:20
10. Slow Motion (three Bb tubax) 2:36
11. Taragotic III (taragot, 3 bass clarinets, bassax) 3:38
12. TuBbaxcanon (four Bb tubax) 0:58
• Golia-Schmid Duo (Vinny Golia plays Eb tubax, piccolo, and Eb clarinet. Peter Schmid plays contrabass clarinet and Eb clarinet)>
13. Dodo & Other Extinct Species 5:13
• Two Tubax (Thomas K.J. Mejer plays C tubax, Peter Schmid plays Eb tubax and contrabass clarinet on Nautilus)
14. (S)watch watching 2:58
15. Nautilus 4:05
16. No MPs! 3:05
17. Overtone Dance 2:23
18. November Line 3:46

All compositions on this Saxophone Journal masterclass CD are by Peter A. Schmid (SUISA), except Dodo & Other Extinct Species which is jointly composed by Peter A. Schmid (SUISA) and Vinny Golia (BMI), published with permission of Alissa Publishing/PRS. This excerpted recording of Dodo & Other Extinct Species (track 13) is used courtesy Leo Records, 16 Woodland Ave., Kingskerswell, Newton Abbot, UK.