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by Larry Teal

eBook The Art of Saxophone Playing download ISBN: 0874870577
Author: Larry Teal
Publisher: Alfred Music (November 1, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 116
ePub: 1586 kb
Fb2: 1632 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Larry Teal gets down and dirty with eyeball-popping detail to tell you what to do and what not to do when you pick . Everything you need to know about the most important aspects of saxophone playing to get started on the right track.

Larry Teal gets down and dirty with eyeball-popping detail to tell you what to do and what not to do when you pick up a horn. If you've ever wondered what those mysterious rockers are doing down there by your right index finger, or if you've ever asked yourself what to call the inside parts of the mouthpiece, you've come to the right place. Could be a beginner's bible and all saxophone players guide book.

Larry Teal (26 March 1905 - 11 July 1984) is considered by many to be the father of American orchestral saxophone. Laurence Lyon (Larry) Teal earned a bachelor's degree in pre-dentistry from the University of Michigan

Larry Teal (26 March 1905 - 11 July 1984) is considered by many to be the father of American orchestral saxophone. Laurence Lyon (Larry) Teal earned a bachelor's degree in pre-dentistry from the University of Michigan. Although he came to the University of Michigan to study dentistry, he soon became involved with Wilson's Wolverines-a jazz band with a more than local following.

larry teal - the art of saxophone playing. The author wishes to dedicate this book to his students, whose interest, inquisitiveness; and seriousness of purpose have been the force for continued exploration into the "art of saxophone playing. Modern School for Saxophone. Jazz Velocity - Saxophone.

Teal's studies were mostly of instruments other than the saxophone, but as a student at a Chautauqua summer session, he came under the influence of Georges Barrère, the eminent French flutist

According to Larry Teal, the best method of learning to play the saxophone is to study with a competent teacher. Teal's studies were mostly of instruments other than the saxophone, but as a student at a Chautauqua summer session, he came under the influence of Georges Barrère, the eminent French flutist. He played bass clarinet with the Detroit Symphony, but he continued to be absorbed by the saxophone.

Being new to the "saxophone" world, this book was recommended to me by a professional saxophone player. I am finding the book to be very helpful in all aspects of learning about and playing the instrument. I am very happy with the book and would recommend it to others. Наиболее популярные в Научная литература.

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Larry Teal's Book and Sax Mutes. books are Summy-Birchard, In. Secaucus, NJ and distributed by Warner Bros. Publications, Miami, FL. I also noticed Summy-Birchard puts out a lot of books for strings - violin, viola, etc. Teal's studies were mostly of instruments other than the saxophone, but as a student at a Chautauqua summer session, he came under the influence of Georges Barrre, the eminent French flutist.

According to Larry Teal, the best method of learning to play the saxophone is to study with a competent teacher. Teal's studies were mostly of instruments other than the saxophone, but as a student at a Chautauqua summer session, he came under the influence of Georges Barrère, the eminent French flutist. He played bass clarinet with the Detroit Symphony, but he continued to be absorbed by the saxophone. As a result of his acquired expertise and growing reputation, he was appointed to a full-time faculty position as a saxophone teacher by the University of Michigan -- the first ever to receive such an appointment from a major university. During his 21-year tenure, he attracted students from all over, thus exerting an ever widening influence on saxophone teaching and performing.
Comments: (7)
Quttaro
I find this to be a difficult music book to rate. It has a lot of info that I really don't care about - like how to custom shape a reed - but I can see how it could be very interesting to the mature beginner/intermediate or maybe the serious high school age student and maybe even the college student alike. I think it is way over the head of a young beginner and may turn them off to music altogether and may be repetitious to the professional.

There is not much actual music in it to play but it is more of a theory of mechanics for both instrument (reeds and such) and physical (embouchure, diaphragm, breathing and such) and the marriage of the two to create the best sound quality. Overall an interesting music book with much more than just music. Lots of information on how to produce different sound quality, vibrato, intonation, etc. This would have been a good book to have an accompanying DVD. Too bad.
Ustamya
This is a everything you ever wanted to know about the Sax. Way more information than I needed to learn and play the Sax. But, then I am a beginner Perhaps, for the aspiring professional musician this book wood be great It just was way over my head at this point in my Sax playing.
Leniga
Arrived in very good shape as describe
Budar
If you buy One book on sax this is it. You can spend a lot more on several books and will not get the absolute coverage this book delivers.
I played for 5 years in junior high and high school. After a 50 year lay off...yep 50...decided to start back and having a blast.
Dalallador
Larry Teal gets down and dirty with eyeball-popping detail to tell you what to do and what not to do when you pick up a horn. If you've ever wondered what those mysterious rockers are doing down there by your right index finger, or if you've ever asked yourself what to call the inside parts of the mouthpiece, you've come to the right place.
Teal reveals the science behind getting a great tone: it's all about supporting a column of air. More importantly, he'll give you embouchure exercises that will have you grinning and puckering all day. You'll love his Mr. Musclehead illustrations to see what's really behind that smile.
I especially enjoyed the part about how to improve your sound by DIY reed shaving, one of the lost arts of the Aztecs. And the mysterious altissimo range is demystified with clear fingering charts.
A very useful book for beginners and old-timers alike. I've been playing for 25 years and I found the book an inspiration that has helped improve the quality of my practice sessions.
asAS
Everything you need to know about the most important aspects of saxophone playing to get started on the right track. Could be a beginner's bible and all saxophone players guide book.
Orll
This book is a must have for the serious Alto Sax student.
Every sax player needs to own this book. It's well written in simple enough language for a high school student to understand. All topics related to playing sax are covered in concise, accurate descriptions. This is my second copy as my first was falling apart from lots of use! It's also quite a good value at this price. Highly recommended- practically worth its weight in gold for the value of the information contained.