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Classical Pedro Iturralde's Czardas performed by Maria Gmyrek

Ne0Wolf7

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I've been enjoying this performance a lot lately.
The soloist, Maria Gmyrek (I almost called her Orquesta Sinfonica because it was in the title before I realized what it means), has what I consider one of the best saxophone tones and is one that I try to emulate.
Her facility, altissimo, and slap tonguing are also excellent, she hardly slips and I don't think she drops a single altissimo note.
All that, and the performance doesn't start to feel robotic as some tend to when reaching this level of accuracy. I don't really know what else to say about it besides I really like it.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yc80ghR7Gw
 

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I've been enjoying this performance a lot lately.
The soloist, Maria Gmyrek (I almost called her Orquesta Sinfonica because it was in the title before I realized what it means), has what I consider one of the best saxophone tones and is one that I try to emulate.
Her facility, altissimo, and slap tonguing are also excellent, she hardly slips and I don't think she drops a single altissimo note.
All that, and the performance doesn't start to feel robotic as some tend to when reaching this level of accuracy. I don't really know what else to say about it besides I really like it.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yc80ghR7Gw
This isn't the type of music I generally listen to but it it was brilliantly played. In saying that I have been listening to a few different versions of the Astor Piazzolla composition Oblivion. I think you may enjoy it

View: https://youtu.be/d9SpxypEabs
 
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