You might also check out Eugene Rouseau's Hi Tones. That's what I used to learn altissimo, and I have never really encountered a barrier.
Sweet. I just ordered it.ste1390 said:IMO though I have found a more efficient book Robert Luckey's "Altissimo For the Contemporary Player." IMO this book has been great with no barrier to speak of, and unlike Top Tones it gives varied exercises for overtones not just one.
....do you mean C4?hakukani said:My yamaha sop does not have a front F, and I can play up to C3, with difficulty, up to A3 easily. You don't REALLY have to have it to play altissimo--but it's nice.
Yeah. C3 would be that one with the middle finger of your left hand and the note-maker-higher-button that you press with your left thumb.Little Sax said:....do you mean C4?
The school psychologist told me that I operate in the 'random/abstract' cognitive domain. That's why my desk is messy?!?CountSpatula said:Me either *blink*