Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Jazz Duets for Saxophone
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Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Jazz Duets for Saxophone : 10 New Duet Arrangements

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Attention saxophone players -- do you need a challenging duet book? Composed and arranged by Gordon Goodwin at the medium-advanced to advanced level, these 10 saxophone duets are completely interchangeable for any combination of E-flat or B-flat saxophones. You can play with a duet partner or use the CD and play duets with great saxophonists Gordon Goodwin (tenor sax) or Eric Marienthal (alto sax). On the included CD, Duet Part 1 and Duet Part 2 are each controlled by dialing in/out the left or right channels on your stereo system. Includes 10 exciting Gordon Goodwin tunes: Act Your Age * Count Bubba's Revenge * El Macho Muchacho * Gumbo Street * Hunting Wabbits * The Jazz Police * La Pequena Almeja * Maynard & Waynard * Swingin' for the Fences * There's the Rub Features: * Improve your jazz concept, articulation, time, intonation and sight-reading * Duets are playable with any combination of E-flat or B-flat saxophones (requires two books) * Gordon Goodwin plays the tenor sax on Duet Part 1 and Part 2 * Eric Marienthal plays the alto sax on Duet Part 1 and Part 2 * Gordon and Eric play together on Duet Part 1 and Part 2 * Play with a duet partner or with the CD by dialing in/out the left or right stereo channel * Opportunities to improvise too!"show more

Product details

  • Mixed media product | 75 pages
  • 222 x 298 x 14mm | 299.37g
  • Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.
  • United States
  • English
  • 0739061127
  • 9780739061121
  • 292,312

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