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  1. Websites, Books, Magazines, Photos and other Lit.
    Hey there...my fellow music makers. I've been a reading member of SOTW for many years now and have learned many things about sax repair,new reeds etc.Well I now want to share my new book "Easy Easy Bebop" and give back to the community. This book is my contribution to the Wonderful world of...
  2. Teaching
    I'm a lifelong clarinet and saxophone player. The school where I give lessons is now going to give their beginning and intermediate high-schoolers a group lesson class as well as a band class, starting next year. So I'm trying to source teaching materials to use in these classes. There will be a...
  3. Jazz and Improvisation
    Hey everyone, I wanted to let the SOTW community know about my new publication, The Living Jazz Tradition: A Creative Guide to Improvisation and Harmony on CMA Press. I began this project eight years ago because I observed a disconnect between how great improvisers play and how jazz is...
  4. Clarinet
    I'm only getting into teaching sax now. What good method books and solo books are there for beginners and intermediate players? I have a really great student (tenor sax) who needs a complete method (scales, solos, overtone studies, etudes, and sight reading). He wants to be a jazzer, but I...
  5. Training Material
    Hello all, I've been busy checking out the method books of some of the biggest names in jazz woodwinds, some of which are out of print, and posting about them on my blog at www.jondelucia.com. I would love for you to check them out, all of these books have great information, and nobody talks...
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