Being a late bloomer I find I peruse Sax on the web daily. sometimes taking away good information sometimes not. I see that some of the regulars have elected to start a song or tune a day. Good idea. Now how about a Lesson a Day starting at the beginning written out to be fossil proof for us older folk. If I scan the site for half an hour and there was a lesson we could do for the same period of time or longer throughout the day. One we can practice for the day and hopefully carry on to the next lesson. Or Maybe one or two a week would be more realistic. Maybe a second exersize for intermetiates to follow. At say one year down the road you would have a fine complete set of exercises that make sense, and keep us on track. By sax on the web contributers and moderators for beginners. You could contribute to a new crop of seniors and juniors with basic sax skills. Remember not all of us can get out, not all of us can afford lessons. but we all have a passion for sax. Help us keep our trains on the track don't let us get derailed for lack of a clear and precise direction. help us hang on to the passion not get swallowed up by a lack of direction.
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