And will they give them back to him please?Does anyone have musical scores belonging to Kenny G?
Nice playing and interesting clip. For one thing, you sound totally different from Kenny G! Your sound is a lot more mellow, and has a distinctly classical tone to it IMO.. Claude Delangle plays Kenny G?
Well,Nice playing and interesting clip. For one thing, you sound totally different from Kenny G! Your sound is a lot more mellow, and has a distinctly classical tone to it IMO.. Claude Delangle plays Kenny G?
Nice- thanks! Intonation seems more secure on this compared to the Goldbeck alto clip, and I still get the classical vibe with your vibrato, not a bad thing..Well,
That's on a Goldbeck mouthpiece that I sold several months ago. The Goldbeck sounded a little too tight and a bit pitchy to me. I need to rerecord it with the Florida Link I have now, but I'm really not that much of an alto guy. Here's a very old clip of me doing Kenny G on sop.
Pete that was really good! LOLAnd will they give them back to him please?
Not sure about scores, but there is plenty of sheet music, e.g:
If you have NoteWorthy Composer, the whole thing for Forever In Love with accompaniment is here:
You can most likely get a free copy of NoteWorthy Composer from Downloads.com that will open this for you. It's for Bb Sax, but transposition is easy with the program.
There is also a midi of the accompaniment here:
But that midi will only sound as good as your computer soundcard. I have an mp3 made with my audio setup that sounds like it's being played on a grand piano with real string backup.
Let me know if this helps.