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Tenor Saxophone

By Stan Getz

Saxophone - Difficulty: medium
Tenor Saxophone. By Stan Getz. Hal Leonard Artist Transcriptions. Jazz and Latin Jazz. Saxophone solo book (leadsheet notation). With leadsheet notation and chord names. 88 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.672375).

Item Number: HL.672375

ISBN 9780793577569. 9x12 inches.

This book focuses primarily on Stan Getz's ground-breaking recordings of standards from the 1950s. His recordings from this period hold a special place in the hearts of his fans. Includes a biography, discography, alternate fingering chart and table of expressive devices. Songs include: The Lady in Red * How Deep Is the Ocean * Moonlight in Vermont * Pennies from Heaven * Stella by Starlight * Thanks for the Memory * There Will Never Be Another You * The Way You Look Tonight * Willow Weep for Me * and more.

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Artist Transcriptions are authentic, note-for-note transcriptions of the hottest wind, electronic, guitar and keyboard artists. These outstanding, accurate arrangements are in an easy-to-read format which includes all essential lines. Artist Transcriptions can be used to perform, sequence or reference.

  • Shine 
  • The Lady In Red 
  • The Best Thing For You 
  • Everything Happens To Me 
  • How Deep Is The Ocean (How High Is The Sky) 
  • Moonlight in Vermont 
  • My Heart Stood Still 
  • Pennies from Heaven 
  • The Song Is You 
  • Stella By Starlight 
  • Thanks For The Memory 
  • There Will Never Be Another You 
  • There's A Small Hotel 
  • Thou Swell 
  • The Way You Look Tonight 
  • Willow Weep For Me 
  • Younger Than Springtime 
  • Indian Summer 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

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  • September 03, 2011 You want fast finger action? Buy this book!

    If ever you want some insight to Stan Getz's music this book fills the bill. But, and It's a big but, you better be ready to roll! There are lots of great riffs here! Just going through some of them will help us all learn what works and...

    what doesn't. I've transposed some of this into pieces I already was playing. It's a great reference piece of work! However, if you you aren't ready for 16th note runs at 184 quarter notes a minute. This book probably won't work for you. I rate it Advanced.

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