This is me with Stefano Nunzi double bass and Andrea Nunzi drums.
I think that I have found something special in this Conn.
I've been playing the same set up for almost ten years and I don't feel the need to look for something else.
I just want to knockle down and work hard with me and this...
Hi, this is a live extract from my last concert at Casa del jazz. Playing my music, presenting my new album in an auditorium if front of an attentive audience has been a great emotional experience.
Pietro Ciancaglini, the bass player is a legend here in Rome, he has played with many greats, like...
Hi, I listened to this song while my daughter was playing at Super mario videogame.
The melody is nice and full of chromatic approach notes haha!
I wrote this arrangement for 4 baritone saxes and I had lots of fun doing that!
So I played at Super Mario sax section...
Hi, in this period I am transcribing all the time, and I am fascinated in particular by other instruments than saxophone.
I find it useful to open our mind to different approaches. I have found that trumpet and piano players have a different swing feel than saxophonist and different harmonics...
Hodges and Mulligan are two of my favourite players.
They had a great taste, sound a relaxed classy approach.
As a baritone player Mulligan (and Chaloff) is a big influence soundwise.
I have always liked the baritone as a cavernous woody voice rather than a bright harsh sound we often hear in...
Hello sax players: this is the first video of "house jam" a new series on my youtube channel.
House Jam: playing with the best musicians and friends is the best way to keep you active and don't feel lonely during this lockdown period.
Subscribe to my channel to support "house jam" series.
Hello. Today my vlog restarts after a long break. Did you miss it, didn't you? I do! In this episode I have played and analyzed a phrase by Cannonball Adderley from "Things are getting better". Subscribe to support my channel and to be updated. Enjoy!
Please let me know what do you think.
Just got myself a Conn baritone sax serial number SN N135xxx.
I tried to figure out were and when it was made, there is no Mexico or USA marking anywhere on the body, and it seems like you can't trust the serial number charts that say that prefix N=1970. Anyway, help is appreciated!