Practicing Jazz Part 6: Rhythmic Feel

Thanks to the work of the previous lessons by Jim Gailloreto (a member of the Jazz String Quintet and the Metropolitan Jazz Octet, Executive Director of Jazz Artists Resource, and Artist Faculty Jazz Saxophone at Roosevelt University in Chicago, USA), now we can integrate everything as a natural whole. It would help if you did not miss this.

Vibrato Part 3: Vibrato in Five Steps

To finish this series, see how to apply the tips offered by Miguel Ángel Lorente (a member of the Ensemble Multilatérale, France, and Professor of Saxophone at Musikene, Spain) to your playing without losing your vibrato to be consistent and spontaneous at the same time.

How to Approach a New Piece

Less is more: how planning, attention, and rest can save us time. You can not miss this advice by David Alonso (Guest Principal Saxophone of the Spanish National Orchestra, Professor of Saxophone at the Conservatory of Cáceres, and member of the Folium Fugit Sax Quartet).

Practicing Jazz Part 5: Rhythmic Time

It is time for further advancement with different rhythmic possibilities, thanks to this exercise by Jim Gailloreto (a member of the Jazz String Quintet and the Metropolitan Jazz Octet, Executive Director of Jazz Artists Resource, and Artist Faculty Jazz Saxophone at Roosevelt University in Chicago, USA).

Saxophone Sound Production Part 11: Practice (1)

In these final lessons by Dave Liebman, you will find guidelines to organize everything you have previously seen in your daily practice. First, let’s look at study habits to get the objectives set as soon as possible.

Vibrato Part 2: Vibrato on the Fly

Master your vibrato with these exercises by Miguel Ángel Lorente (a member of the Ensemble Multilatérale, France, and Professor of Saxophone at Musikene, Spain).

Practicing With the Metronome

Internalize the pulse using the metronome differently, as David Alonso (Guest Principal Saxophone of the Spanish National Orchestra, Professor of Saxophone at the Conservatory of Cáceres, and member of the Folium Fugit Sax Quartet) shows in this lesson. What are you waiting for?

Practicing Jazz Part 4: Improvising With Rhythm

We know that rhythm is one of the bases of music, but how do we master it? Find out during the final 3 lessons by Jim Gailloreto (a member of the Jazz String Quintet and the Metropolitan Jazz Octet, Executive Director of Jazz Artists Resource, and Artist Faculty Jazz Saxophone at Roosevelt University in Chicago, USA). Let’s begin.

Saxophone Sound Production Part 10: Expressive Devices

Once we have sound fundamentals, we can enrich it with different expressive resources within our reach. Look at this review of these resources by Dave Liebman and how you can use them. Do you know all of them?

Vibrato Part 1: Types of Vibrato

Do you want your sound to be personal? Miguel Ángel Lorente (a member of the Ensemble Multilatérale, France, and Professor of Saxophone at Musikene, Spain) will help you get just that with his video lessons on vibrato. Get to know the types of vibrato and when to use each of them.

Double Tongue

Previously, David Alonso (Guest Principal Saxophone of the Spanish National Orchestra, Professor of Saxophone at the Conservatory of Cáceres, and member of the Folium Fugit Sax Quartet) talked to us about articulation with the tongue. Now learn it at an advanced level to achieve higher performance, with less effort. Don’t miss this.
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