Ok here we go again, there is no fingering on any chart for a Cb, I take it this would be the same as a D# correct.:dazed:
Wait till you find a Ax (double sharp). Nothing on the handy dandy fingering chart for that one either.That's right. There is one key for D#/Eb, one for B/Cb. Even though we can play in just intonation sometimes, by manipulation of embouchure, the saxophone is designed to be an equal temperament instrument.
OOPS! It's been a loooong day.Who is Brian, and why are his farts so epic?
(sorry...couldn't resist) :bluewink:
Brian and I have much in common..... That was unknown.OOPS! It's been a loooong day.
Brian is my drunken Irish Brother-in-Law. He lives on wild game, beer, and cheap Irish whiskey.
His farts have been known to make his wife and daughters actually LEAVE the house in search of fresh air.
But it's not the unknown note.....:sad:
darnit...I thought this thread was about an exciting discovery of some sorta missing link note....
a heretofore undiscovered pitch....it lives between B and C and had remained evasive for eons.....
Been there and done that. My 6th grade beginners were the first ever to create the traumatic scale and the demented chord.Spend enough time in the band room with 'first week-ers' and you will hear 'missing link' notes, and 'heretofore undiscovered' pitches.
Some will cause the hair on the back of your neck to stand on end and make your teeth itch.... *shiver*