Ken Okutsu Traditional Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece Review
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Today, I am reviewing my first hard rubber alto saxophone mouthpiece from Ken Okutsu in Japan. It is the Traditional model and has a 6 tip opening which is .075. I already reviewed four Okutsu tenor mouthpieces which were …

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Ken Okutsu Traditional II Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece Review
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Ken Okutsu Traditional II Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece Review. … I thought the Ken Okutsu Traditional II alto sax mouthpiece played great with the same Rigotti Gold 3 Light reed that I used on the Traditional model. The Traditional II had a brighter more modern … This is another great mouthpiece for players who want the […]

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#LifeIsMusic: Get to know the Saxophone, an integral part of jazz music
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Jazz feels incomplete without Saxophone. The relatively young instrument was developed by Adolphe Sax, a Belgian instrument maker who lived in 19th century. Sax was looking to bridge a gap between sounds made by woodwind instruments like flute and …

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Kamasi Washington's radical journey
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Kamasi Washington is one of the most important musicians of 2015. His modern take on jazz saxophone excels in commercially successful and fiercely underground mediums without sacrificing an iota of personal vision. His string arrangements and …

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Conquering the world of music one note at a time
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MIAMI— The natural flow of striking the keys to a piano comes easily for Drew Crane, 20, who has played the instrument for the majority of his life. Crane will play both the piano and saxophone as a featured performer in the 20 piece orchestra concert …

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World Saxophone Quartet
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Free funk ve African jazz tarzlarındaki çalışmaları ile tanındı. unk ve African jazz tarzlarındaki çalışmaları ile tanındı. Kurucu üyeleri, Julius Hemphill, Oliver Lake, Hamiet Bluiett ve David Murray olmuştu.

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Face the music | Low Wire
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Before they came, she'd been back to the music school to fetch his gear: the saxophone, its case, and his jacket. He'd left in a hurry. After school this afternoon, the boy climbs the steps two at a time. He is nine or ten years old.

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Meet the New Saxophone Colossus: Kamasi Washington
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While the scope of his musical vision and talent — and the length of his record—sound intimidating, Kamasi's personal motivations for making his music are incredibly simple and human. “Music, to me,” Kamasi tells On Tap, “is the most honest way to …

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