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    Trilogy Of Contrast

    Sax Quartet in 3 vastly different settings.
    Combines work from last 5 months.

    GaRY


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    Gary,

    I'm getting the "page cannot be displayed" message... is the link correct??

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    Re: Trilogy Of Contrast

    Hi Danny,
    I've just spent 4 days in a 'cooler' East Texas and haven't checked my mail until today(Friday.)
    I was able to listen right away.
    Try again, but let me know if a problem occurs.
    Gay

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    Re: Trilogy Of Contrast

    Is there a playback problem with this piece?
    Over 50 people have viewed, but there are no plays recorded.
    Please indicate so.
    Gary

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    Gary

    The link works fine now.

    I have told you in the past that I used to play the alto sax. I was never very good at it and didn't stick with it.

    It does amaze me the different styles of music the sax can play and when all the different saxes are involved, the range and versatility can be cool.

    I hope one day to be able to return to the sax and see if I can get a decent sound out of one.

    Well done

    Ron

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    Re: Trilogy Of Contrast

    Thanks for listening, Ron.
    Your comments are appreciated.
    Gary

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    Never knew that the Saxes where capable making this great sound. Some day I will dive into the "sax" trying out some tricks and harmony you so well displayed here. Really great, this piece on a monday morning. Thank you for posting this.

    Raymond

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    Re: Trilogy Of Contrast

    Thanks for listening, Raymond.
    At one time, the sax was the most popular instrument-even more than piano.
    Playing sax is aided by all tone holes being covered-no air leaking-and a low pressure with the mouthpiece.
    The C melody sax could play any piano melody or any pop song because it isn't a transposing instrument.
    Having taught band for 30+ years, I can say that the sax is the easiest to play, but doing it well requires the same kind of practice involved in every instrument.
    Gary

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    You're getting a lot of good miles out of this
    basic material, Gary, in various guises.

    Some nice sax work in this.

    Best,



    David
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    Re: Trilogy Of Contrast

    Thanks for listening, David.
    My problem continues to be about getting each movement to have a clear form and for each movement to fit together.
    Gary

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