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Hi all :)

Made this lesson recently. When I first learned this, several years ago, it really opened up a whole
world of possible new skills and ways of thinking about music and playing the sax. I Hope it does the same for you! :)

More lessons on my Youtube channel and my website: www.HelloSaxophone.com

 

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Very cool; thanks James! This will take me some repetition for sure but I think it will help me! I really appreciate all of you accomplished musicians here on SOTW who post helpful things for the rest of us. Thanks again!
 

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thanks alot :) im a noob but know learning your intervals is the key to playing great improv to almost anything,i will put it into my lessons :)
 

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Thanks. Interesting. I'll work on it.
 

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Great lesson, and it was nice to put it up on YouTube and post it for everyone here to use. I wish someone had come along and taught this stuff to me that when I was learning to play by ear! I had to figure this out on my own, and I learned more with chords/arpeggios and chromatic approaches than songs. This would have been a lot faster!
 

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Great lesson, and it was nice to put it up on YouTube and post it for everyone here to use. I wish someone had come along and taught this stuff to me that when I was learning to play by ear! I had to figure this out on my own, and I learned more with chords/arpeggios and chromatic approaches than songs. This would have been a lot faster!
Yes! When I figured this out I was also amazed why this is not theory lesson one with all teachers. :) It's such an essential skill and once you know it, it makes everything soooo much easier :)

Since some requested it I also posted a lesson with the intervals downwards:

 
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