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EVENTOS ON LINE:     7th DINANT COMPETITION  |   ANDORRA SAXFEST 2020    |    JOSIP NOCHTA COMPETITION 2020

Tenor Saxophone

  • «ASSAY PLACE» RAFAEL GARCÉS NEXT STATION QUARTET

    Featuring:

    RAFAEL GARCÉS - TENOR SAXOPHONE/COMPOSER

    ÁLVARO GANDUL- PIANO

    PEDRO A. TERRÓN- BASS

    DANI GALIANO - DRUMMER

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    www.rgarces.com

  • 2016 Greg Vail Sax Reel #3 - Current performance Saxophone Sampler

    2016 Greg Vail Sax Reel (#3) - Current performance Saxophone Sampler - Saxophonist Greg Vail playing examples on Tenor Sax, Alto Sax, Flute and Soprano Saxophone with the Greg Vail Band All Stars.
  • Composing and Arranging - JIMMY HEATH

    Jimmy Heath, who has written over 135 Jazz compositions and many more arrangements, discusses his work. This excerpt is from "Passing the Torch" a new documentary by Bret Primack. For more info: http://tinyurl.com/helpfundpassingthetorch

  • ESP - Skylark Lullaby (2014) by Jennifer Bellor

    Eastman Saxophone Project
    Fall Concert
    November 26, 2018
    Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School of Music

    Skylark Lullaby (2014)
    Jennifer Bellor (b. 1983)

    Personnel:

    Soprano Saxophone:
    Jiaqi (Kevin) Zhao
    Zach Stern
    Siobhan Plouffe

    Alto Saxophone:
    Raleigh Fagerhaug
    Paul Lamstaes
    Trevor Chu

    Tenor Saxophone:
    Scarlet Gouk
    Colin Crake
    Clancy Ellis

    Baritone Saxophone:
    Jeremy Howell
    Ian van Nuys
    Michael Matthews

    Bass Saxophone:
    Uday Singh

    Chien-Kwan Lin, director
    Zach Stern, assistant director
  • Greg Vail All Stars - Steps Ahead Pools - Greg Vail Tenor

    Greg Vail All Stars perform Steps Ahead favorite - Pools. Greg Vail is featured on Tenor Saxophone as well as Chris Golden on the Bass. Other solos include Hans Z on Keys and Steph Lexner on Guitar.
    This clip comes from a live show at Spaghettini Seal Beach 3.10.16.
    There are more Smooth Jazz clips here on You Tube of the same nights performance - Live at Spaghettini.
    Look for - It's On by George Duke.
    The In Crowd by Ramsey Lewis.
    Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars.
    Greg Vail All Star Group is Available for Hire. Contact at Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.

  • GREG VAIL Alto Sax and Tenor Saxophone Reel #1 1990-2016

    GREG VAIL Alto Sax and Tenor Saxophone Reel 1990-2016. Alto saxophone clips cover pop and jazz playing, live clips. Tenor saxophone videos also include solos from Jazz, Fusion and Pop styles.
    Greg Vail Reel #2 features all the other instruments OTHER THAN Tenor and Alto Sax this I use. Greg Vail Sax Player Reel #2 features video clips on Flute, Soprano Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet, and EWI.
    See Greg Vail Reel #2 here (Fl/Sop/Bari/Cl/EWI): https://youtu.be/u_aMHFK95NQ

    Saxophonist Greg Vail is available for session, recording saxophone work (nice home studio or local Southern California); teaching sax in jazz, pop, RnB, rock styles, including music business, band leader, and sideman skills; National and International touring as leader with the Greg Vail Band or as a sideman with a variety of artists; and local Southern California clubs and corporate events.
  • Greg Vail Reel #4 Saxophones in 90 seconds over decades

    Greg Vail Reel #4 Saxophones in 90 seconds over decades of live performances. Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bari Sax, Soprano Sax, Flute and EWI.
    This is an edit of Reel 1 and Reel 2 in a fast paced format to show off some of the skills this sax player has developed over the past few years.
    If you are interested in Skype lessons, Recording Sessions or need a saxophonist for touring or local gigs, please contact Greg Vail at Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.
    Please check out some more Greg Vail Demo reels here on You Tube - search Greg Vail Sax Reel for 1, 2, & 3.
    The short band reel is here - Greg Vail Band Reel 3 and features short clips from a recent show -
  • Happy 90th Birthday Jimmy Heath

    Jimmy Heath turns 90 October 25, 2016. Here, Sonny Rollins, Antonio Hart and Evan Sherman pay tribute to this remarkable man.

  • Johnny Griffin - A Monk's Dream

    Tenor Saxophonist Johnny Griffin, aka, The Little Giant plays his composition, "A Monk's Dream" dedicated to Thelonious Monk with Ronnie Matthews on piano, Ray Drummond on bass and Kenny Washington, on drums.

    One of the all-time great tenor saxophonists, Johnny Griffin will go down in the annals of jazz as a performer easily able to negotiate the tricky harmonic changes and swift tempos of modern music. He'll also be remembered as a player who could masterfully interpret tender ballads, rivaling Ben Webster in that regard.

    Born John Arnold Griffin III in Chicago, Illinois, on April 24, 1928, he resided on the South Side of the Second City with his mother, who was a singer, and father, who played cornet. An adolescent Griffin heard Gene Ammons play in the big band of King Kolax. Two years later he picked up an alto saxophone, and soon thereafter was working with bluesman T-Bone Walker. A student at DuSable High School, he was tutored by the legendary band director Captain Walter Dyett. Upon graduation, he toured with Lionel Hampton's big band, switched to the tenor sax, and moved to New York City. The late '40s saw Griffin honking his share of R&B with Joe Morris up to 1950, alongside the band of Jo Jones in 1950, and with Arnett Cobb in 1951. He enlisted in the armed services stationed in Hawaii, and played in an Army band.

    Introducing Johnny Griffin After his military commitment, he returned to Chicago and was in the company of Thelonious Monk's various ensembles up to the mid-'60s. Griffin cut his Blue Note album Introducing Johnny Griffin in 1958, and that year formed a sextet with Detroiters Pepper Adams and Donald Byrd. He collaborated with pianists Bud Powell and Elmo Hope, was enlisted by Art Blakey briefly as a member of the Jazz Messengers, energized his solo recording career for the Riverside label, and obtained his nickname, The Little Giant, with that eponymously titled LP in 1959. His most famous and popular teaming was with fellow saxophonist Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis. Griffin also recorded the legendary A Blowin' Session for the Blue Note label with John Coltrane and Hank Mobley.
    But Griffin grew weary of the U.S. and its apathy regarding jazz, so he became an expatriate. He was living in Paris, France, by 1963, and did many albums with European rhythm sections for the Storyville, Black Lion, and Steeplechase labels. He was also a charter member and chief soloist for many years in the Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band alongside American and Continental standouts. The year 1975 was an important one for Griffin, who was featured with the bands of Dizzy Gillespie and Count Basie as documented in recordings of their sets at the Montreux Jazz Festival. He also collaborated with German saxophonist Klaus Doldinger and his fusion band Passport. In the late '70s, Griffin returned to the States to record for the Galaxy label, and toured with fellow expatriate tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon.

    The Cat He left Paris for the countryside of the Netherlands to live on a farm, then headed to the Côte d'Azur in 1980, and in 1984 to rural Availles-Limouzine. In 1986 he was a member of the Paris Reunion Band with Woody Shaw, Dizzy Reece, Slide Hampton, and Kenny Drew, making one album for the Sonet label. During his time in France, Griffin recorded for the Antilles and Verve labels, including The Cat in 1991 and Chicago, New York, Paris in 1994. On the weeks of his birthday, Griffin made regular appearances at the Jazz Showcase back home in Chicago. In his later years he collaborated with pianist Martial Solal and saxophonist Steve Grossman. Griffin passed away at age 80 on July 25, 2008, at his home in Availles-Limouzine.

  • Sonny Rollins - My Greatest Challenge

    More Sonny: http://sonnyrollins.com

  • Sonny Rollins - The Price of Fame

    More Sonny: http://sonnyrollins.com

  • Sonny Rollins - Why I Play Jazz

    More Sonny: http://sonnyrollins.com

  • Sonny Rollins: I'm an Enigma?

    More Sonny: http://www.sonnyrollins.com

  • Ties Mellema plays Bach Viola da Gamba Sonata and John Coltrane's Transition

    Ties Mellema, Rembrandt Frerichs, Jasper Somsen and Vinsent Planjer play Bach's Viola da Gamba Sonata and continue with Coltrane's Transition.
    Ties plays the original Coltrane notes while the trio improvises.

    Recorded at Podium Witteman

  • Vir by Christian Lauba - Evan Sammons, Tenor Saxophone

    Evan Sammons plays Vir by Christian Lauba at the 2017 NASA Region 3 Conference at South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD.

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