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U CAN CALL ME AL

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Lie's too short for long tones!

How should I take this advice as I approach 60?
 

SteveK

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All of those - particularly the beats ;}

To quote someones signature on another web site - 'This is the youngest I have ever been'
 

Jules

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As far as long tones go- I've always found that- if I'm playing in an acoustically interesting environment- actually listening to the tone of the sax is quite enjoyable. Try long tones into a bay window or in a glass conservatory.... it can get quite hypnotic after a while.
 

U CAN CALL ME AL

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Practice (almost) daily in my waiting room at work which has a bay window, and occasionally in the conservatory at home which is extremely interesting acoustically depending on the direction of sound in relation to the angles ot the glass panels.
 

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