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There is a new energy with Candy Dulfer on her website. Some great ideas and topics...that I am proud to be a part of.

http://www.candydulfer.nl/candy/

If you scroll down to SAX TEACHER you'll read the topics Candy and I are approaching to help people. ( Some more interesting topics in the future as well. )

If you scroll down 1/2 way....you'll read Candys words about me. Then, read the description of her playing I've made from a musical stand point. Please remember, I am partial as she calls me a mentor etc. ( very flattering and kind ) So I have a great reguard for her as a symnpatico as well. She continues to benefit from materials of mine. She is a brilliant woman and someone who is an asset to my life as a friend.

THEN- I also talk about various ways of applying pentatonic scales in modern music. Simple and to the point. Apply this slowly and you'll have a wealth of things to play!

This is a cool thing Candy and I both are into and I hope it helps people.

Check it out- and thank you. HTH:cool:
 

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The site is well done from a web design perspective (that's what I do, web design), and the articles were very interesting! (reminds me how far I have to go in my playing. :p)

Only thought is: why oh why is the down scroll button 1px wide??? :(

Other than that, great stuff!
 

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Candy Dulfer is also easy on the eyes.;)
Beautiful site, too.
 

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Thank you guys:)

The cool thing about what Candy does when she plays is the funky attack she has. You can HEAR the " old school" in her playing, the roots
and real SOUL of the music.

She plays with a delightful musicality - she's having fun when she plays.
That itself has inspired me.

A fantastic friend and great person.




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