So soooo many beginners really want to play this amazing song :), so I made a video to help you
get the basics, and some extra's also :) Hope you enjoy! (this includes both Alto and Tenor notes)
more of my stuff at www.hellosaxophone.com
I am an amateur (intermediate) tenor and soprano player, planning to be in Miami in January and St Pete's in February, maybe March.
I am looking for any and all opportunities near these locations to play.
- Jam sessions
- Student ensembles
Hey SOTW i was wondering if anyone knows where i can find any of the above, i live in the DFW area and am having trouble finding such. thanks in advance. happy holidays.
(and yes i know there is tons on youtube, streaming, skype, etc. great ones at that but i'd really like to attend one)
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