Saxophone from Swing to Bebop


The study of the saxophone from his climax in the "swing" era, until his extraordinary adventure in the "bebop". In this method we find great standards, with improvisations in the style of the most famous saxophonists of those times: Don Byas, Zoot Sims, Charlie Parker, Art Pepper, Sonny Stitt, Cannonball Adderley, Paul Desmond, Gerry Mulligan, John Coltrane, Stan Getz ...
The elements necessary for the interpretation of jazz (formation of chords, rhythmic conventions, basic scales) are exposed.

Themes: Royal Garden Blues - Riffing Blues - Blues Shaw - Real Blues - Autumn Leaves - Saint Louis Blues - Yellow Dog Rag - Blues Blue Note.

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1erecouvsouleu 1After "The Plume of Roseau", "The Island of Gold" and "The Soul of the Earth", Michel Pellegrino comes back to the Provençal language, in the line of his previous recordings: "Pelegrin", "La Fouant de Vido", "Canta" and "Jazzin'Oc".
This new opus presents 12 titles all in Provençal language with their translation in opposite, with reproductions of ink drawings made with the "Canne de Provence", the cane magnify the beauty of the shores and the landscapes of Provence.
Saxophones, clarinets, galoubets, accordion, guitar, piano, percussion, all the instruments mingle with the voice, and magnify the music of the provençal language.

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