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duet for sax and guitar- original composition

Nick Wyver

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Cheers. I quite liked that. If you don't mind, I'll try it out on some of my students. I may even hack my way through the guitar part.

Anything to do with Calderdale?
 

BeBopSop

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I like this too, I am going to have a go at it on my soprano, thanks John

I originally posted this on the Sax on the Web forum

The recording is sadly not real instruments yet, but virtual ones

I have has to use a clarinet sample instead of the rather poor alto sax sample on my software - but you will get an idea of what it should sound like.

mp3:
http://www.box.net/shared/unou8zkytn

sheet music:

http://www.box.net/shared/f8jsh9ic76

Any comments much appreciated
 

adrianallan

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Cheers. I quite liked that. If you don't mind, I'll try it out on some of my students. I may even hack my way through the guitar part.

Anything to do with Calderdale?
thanks no - it is in fact about the ancient and mysterious calderstones in a park in Liverpool, which was opposite John Lennon's childhood home.

I have re-arranged it for trombone and guitar and the youtube video gives some visuals.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqcJhioKW-0


Thanks to everone who has listened - much appreciated.
 
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