Magic Saxophone – Die Trios PDF

For Clarinet, Flute, Magic Saxophone – Die Trios PDF and Cello. Claude François and Jacques Revaux, Paul Anka. Second Suite in F for Military Band.

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Aller guten Dinge sind drei!
In diesem Band befinden sich Trios von Klassik über Romantik bis hin zu Popularmusik und Jazz. Das gemeinsame Musizieren soll somit Motivation und Spaß in den Saxophonunterricht bringen. Gerade beim Musizieren in der Gruppe bzw. einem Ensemble lernt man viele musikalische Fähigkeiten, die man sich solistisch nicht in so hohem Ausmaß aneignen könnte. Die Rede ist vor allem von Intonation, Klang und präzisem Zusammenspiel.
Das vorliegende Heft kann bereits früh in den Unterricht einbezogen werden, da alle drei Stimmen und besonders die dritte durchwegs sehr einfach gehalten sind. Um den Gegebenheiten des Instrumentalunterrichts, der oft aus einer Kombination von Solo- und Gruppenunterricht besteht, größtmöglich nachzukommen, sind die Besetzungsmöglichkeiten für alle Trios sehr flexibel gestaltet. In diesem Heft werden zwei Partituren, die eine mit drei Stimmen in Es, die andere mit drei Stimmen in B angeboten. Entweder spielen nur Es- oder B-Instrumente, oder es werden beide Stimmungen auf vielfältigste Weise kombiniert (Es/Es/B; B/Es/Es; B/Es/B; B/B/Es usw.).
Dem Experimentieren sind also keine Grenzen gesetzt!
Leichte Trios von Klassik bis Jazz und Pop sowie Volks- und Weihnachtslieder aus aller Welt in ansteigendem Schwierigkeitsgrad
Für alle Stimmungen in flexibler Besetzung geeignet, teilweise mit Klavierbegleitung
Geeignet als Vortragsliteratur und als begleitende Spielliteratur zu jeder Saxophonschule
Die perfekte Ergänzung zur Saxophonschule Magic Saxophone von Barbara Strack-Hanisch

From the «Water Music» Suite in F major. From the «Water Music» Suite in D major. Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore and George David Weiss. From the Movie «Sun Valley Serenade». From the Movie «The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring». From Cantata «Heart and Mouth and Deed and Life».

Musique pour les Feux d’Artifice Royaux. Antonio Ortiz Calero, Bernardo Bautista Monterde. Duke Ellington and Barney Bigard, Irving Mills. For Brass Quintet and Solo Trombone. Alan Irwin Menken, Howard Elliott Ashman. For film «Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs». Introduction and the Lion’s Royal Marches.

Quartet for 4 Trumpets, 4 Clarinets, 4 Horns or 4 Saxophones. Trio for Trumpet, Alto Sax and Tuba. Harry Gregson-Williams, John Powell, Gavin Greenaway, Dana Glover. Elvis Aaron Presley, Kenneth Lorin Darby. Björn Kristian Ulvaeus, Göran Bror Benny Andersson. 3 Duets from the Anna Magdalena Bach Notebook. From Punk Rock Band «Green Day» Repertoire.

From Operas «Lohengrin», «Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg». For one, two, or three Clarinets, or a combo of Clarinet, Soprano Sax and Trumpet. From the «New England Idyls» Suite, Opus 62. For Two Clarinets and Rhythm Section ad Lib. For Saxophone Quartet and Bass Guitar. For Two Alto Saxophones with Piano.

For Saxophone Quintet, Bass Guitar and Drum Set. Duet for Two Alto Saxophones with Piano Accompaniment. Duet for Alto And Tenor Saxophone. From the Musical Production «Lady in the Dark». Please forward this error screen to cph6.

During the apartheid era in the 1960s Ibrahim moved to New York City and, apart from a brief return to South Africa in the 1970s, remained in exile until the early ’90s. Ibrahim was born in Cape Town on 9 October 1934, and was baptized Adolph Johannes Brand. He attended Trafalgar High School in Cape Town’s District Six, and began piano lessons at the age of seven, making his professional debut at 15. Ibrahim moved to Europe in 1962. Duke Ellington, who was in Zürich, Switzerland, on a European tour, to come to hear Ibrahim perform as „The Dollar Brand Trio“ in Zurich’s „Africana Club“. 1966 Ibrahim substituted for Duke Ellington on five dates, leading the Duke Ellington Orchestra.

On 25 November 1989 he made an extended appearance in the British Channel 4 television discussion series After Dark alongside Zoe Wicomb, Donald Woods, Shula Marks and others. Ibrahim appeared in a television documentary in Japan that aired on 26 June 2010, on NHK-BS. In the programme, he performed his compositions in several beautiful spots in South Africa, playing a piano set on the ground that resonated deeply with the natural surroundings. Ellington, Thelonious Monk and Fats Waller. He also performs frequently with trios and quartets and larger orchestral units. In 1997, Ibrahim collaborated on a tour with drummer Max Roach, and the following year undertook a world tour with the Munich Radio Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1999, he founded the „M7“ academy for South African musicians in Cape Town and was the initiator of the Cape Town Jazz Orchestra, an 18-piece big band launched in September 2006.

Ibrahim continues to perform internationally, mainly in Europe, and with occasional shows in North America. In 2016, at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg, Ibrahim and Hugh Masekela performed together for the first time in 60 years, reuniting the Jazz Epistles in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the historic 16 June 1976 youth demonstrations. In 2007, Ibrahim was presented with the South African Music Lifetime Achievement Award, given by the Recording Industry of South Africa, in a ceremony at the Sun City Superbowl. In 2009, for his solo piano album Senzo he received the „Best Male Artist“ award at the 15th Annual MTN South African Music Awards. In 2009, the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, conferred on Ibrahim an Honorary Doctorate of Music. In July 2017, Ibrahim was honoured with the German Jazz Trophy. 1973 recording and contains two tracks from Sangoma and one from African Portraits.