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alto saxophone

  • "Concertino da Camera" - Jaques Ibert / González · Quesada · Grup Instrumental Túria

    "Concertino da Camera" - Jaques Ibert

    Pablo González, saxophone
    Eros Quesada, conductor
    Grup Instrumental Túria

    Concert at Ateneo Mercantil de Valencia

  • 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.
  • Art Pepper - Caravan

    Art Pepper plays Caravan. Despite a remarkably colorful and difficult life, Art Pepper was quite consistent in the recording studios; virtually every recording he made is well worth getting. In the 1950s he was one of the few altoists (along with Lee Konitz and Paul Desmond) that was able to develop his own sound despite the dominant influence of Charlie Parker. During his last years, Pepper seemed to put all of his life's experiences into his music and he played with startling emotional intensity.

    Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section After a brief stint with Gus Arnheim, Pepper played with mostly black groups on Central Avenue in Los Angeles. He spent a little time in the Benny Carter and Stan Kenton orchestras before serving time in the military (1944-1946). Some of Pepper's happiest days were during his years with Stan Kenton (1947-1952), although he became a heroin addict in that period. The 1950s found the altoist recording frequently both as a leader and a sideman, resulting in at least two classics (Plays Modern Jazz Classics and Meets the Rhythm Section), but he also spent two periods in jail due to drug offenses during 1953-1956. Pepper was in top form during his Contemporary recordings of 1957-1960, but the first half of his career ended abruptly with long prison sentences that dominated the 1960s. His occasional gigs between jail terms found him adopting a harder tone influenced by John Coltrane that disturbed some of his longtime followers. He recorded with Buddy Rich in 1968 before getting seriously ill and rehabilitating at Synanon (1969-1971). Art Pepper began his serious comeback in 1975 and the unthinkable happened. Under the guidance and inspiration of his wife Laurie, Pepper not only recovered his former form but topped himself with intense solos that were quite unique; he also enjoyed occasionally playing clarinet. His recordings for Contemporary and Galaxy rank with the greatest work of his career. Pepper's autobiography Straight Life (written with his wife) is a brutally honest book that details his sometimes horrifying life. When Art Pepper died at the age of 56, he had attained his goal of becoming the world's great altoist.
  • Bun Leng Rock Fantasia by Wisuwat Pruksavanich

    Bun Leng Rock Fantasia for two dudes that play the saxophone by Wisuwat Pruksavanich (Live)

    Bun Leng Project
    Alto Saxophone - Guillermo Presa
    Soprano saxophone - George W. Pruksavanich

    Mallorca Saxophone Festival 2019, Spain
    April 6, 2019

  • 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)


    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 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 -
  • J. B. Singelee Duo Concertante op.55 3rd Mov. Sergey Kolesov Mikhail Petuhov


    J. B. Singelee. Duo Concertante op.55 arranged by Adrian Delmer
    The opening concert of XVII International Children TV competition "Nutcracker"
    Conductor Ayyub Guliyev
    Ж.-Б Синжеле. Двойной Концерт в аранжировке Адриана Дельмера.
    Торжественный концерт-открытие XVII Международного телевизионного конкурса юных музыкантов "Щелкунчик"
    Академический симфонический оркестр Московской филармонии. Дирижер Эйюб Кулиев

  • J.Matitia Devil's Rag Sergey Kolesov saxophone Andreyev State orchestra



    J.Matitia Devil's Rag Sergey Kolesov saxophone Andreyev State orchestra

    February 11th 2016, St.Petersburg Academic Philharmonia
    The Andreyev State Russian Orchestra
    Conductor - Dmitriy Khohlov
    Soloist - Sergey Kolesov

    11 февраля 2016 года, Санкт-Петербургская академическая филармония им.Д.Д.Шостаковича
    Государственный академический русский оркестр им.В.В.Андреева
    Дирижер - Дмитрий Хохлов
    Солист - Сергей Колесов

    J.Matitia Devil's Rag Sergey Kolesov saxophone Andreyev State orchestra


  • Mikhail Kazakov - H. Tomasi: Concerto For Alto Saxophone, II. Allegro - Giration

    Henri Tomasi: Concerto For Alto Saxophone & Orchestra (1949), II. Allegro - Giration

    Mikhail Kazakov - saxophone
    Georgy Sharov - piano