I’m new to performing, and I wanted to play an alto sax part over a particular T-square sax song for a wedding event. Unfortunately, I don’t think a backing track version was ever released.
I have a mp3 file of the full song, and was wondering what the best way would be to remove the...
Having a lot of fun learning and playing my alto. I've been learning one of my favorite Ken Peplowski tunes found on his "Illuminations" album called "Trubbel". It's an amazing piece of work and an incredible learning curve for me. But it's improved my playing considerably.
Hope everyone is doing well. Here is our new arrangement based on ¨After You've Gone¨ chord progression by Turner Layton
for saxophone Eb,Bb and C instruments. Level: Intermediate
Purchase PDF + backing track: https://jazzsaxophonelessons.com/shop/
I know this has been asked before and I have looked through the archives, but I am wondering if anybody has any more up-to-date links. I've been asked to play the above song and I am looking for a decent backing track (the ones I have heard so far sound like they were done on a 1980s...
Hi everyone, I have a couple of questions about backing tracks. I have been playing for 7 weeks, and for the last week I have been learning Summertime. Initially just concentrating in getting the fingering right , now I have added a metronome to improve my timing. My next step is to find a...
Hi guys, here's my last song for saxophone (Eb/Bb) A little bit of New Orleans!!:) I hope you'll enjoy it.
You can also purchase the PDF file and the backing track:
Saxophone Alto/Baritone (Eb) https://goo.gl/pvQR9y
Saxophone Tenor/Soprano (Bb) https://goo.gl/gX8Q18
Hi guys! I created a profile here because I can't seem to find any backing tracks for Jim Snidero's book, "Jazz Conception," and I was hoping someone here might be able to help me out. I bought it with the CD and there is a few sentences that explain how "remove" soloist and leave the rhythm...
I wanted to share a recent lesson and video from my website.
This is an example of my method for getting started learning to play melodies and improvise solos by ear.
Those of you that would like to break away from using sheet music to play songs should find this helpful and...
I've been searching for Miles Davis Fran Dance Backing track but couldn't fin ti anywhere.
Has anyone made a rough track and can share?
and also if anyone has transcribed the song it would be great!
Anyone play in a group (with drummer) that uses sweetener tracks on a regular basis? Not a permanent install, but a gigging group. How do you monitor? What type of music? I'm debating doing this in a quartet so I can stop playing one-handed keyboard and focus just on reeds.
I just posted on my web site a bunch of chord sequences to practice scales, II-V, and turnarounds, that can be played using the free ChordPulse Player software for Windows. The CP Player allows you to easily change key, tempo, and accompaniment style, thus it's perfect to improve rhythmic...
For those of you who are jazzers, there's a great site which makes available backing tracks as well as sheet music for jazz standards and solos. Kind of like instrumental jazz karaoke. The backing track includes everything but the solo line, allowing you to play along as the featured soloist...
Okay, I am hoping this thread stays on the subject, due to how popular it is to "hate" Kenny G by some people, but I have had the request of playing a couple of Kenny G songs on my Soprano sax at my cousin's wedding (she loves kenny g) but I have failed to locate any great sounding backing...