- June 10, 2014 at 5:21 pm #2489June 10, 2014 at 9:16 pm #2492QuetscherParticipant
please would you do me (us?) a favour and post your links without those gaps between each letter? That would make things easier…
Thanks a lot, QuetscherJune 11, 2014 at 4:04 am #2493Melodica-MeParticipant
I give up, it takes to long to try to decipher this code.
Melodica-MeJune 11, 2014 at 9:46 pm #2497
I’m sorry, but I will have to leave this site because the bug that does not allow to send ; all links except Youtube rejected. I found only a single method to deceive him, and the other method I haven’t.June 11, 2014 at 11:30 pm #2499Melodica-MeParticipant
Jazzman, upload Equinox to Youtube under your channel and list your Youtube channel for us to see. That’s one of my favorite Coltrane tunes, I also recorded Equinox about 4 years ago, I will have to dig it up and post soon.
Melodica-MeJune 12, 2014 at 9:55 am #2500June 12, 2014 at 12:24 pm #2501QuetscherParticipant
Great, it works! Thanks for the music, sounds great – I personnally would be very courious what the tune sounds like played on a Suzuki 37 Pro; is it really such a big difference?
Greetings, QuetscherJune 12, 2014 at 1:50 pm #2502
In addition to the fact that I played the violin, viola, piano (and on this record, too), I also play the clarinet – New Orleans jazz style, and alto sax., \which is my real passion, though I play on it as an amateur. As a pianist, I played a lot of Coltrane music in ensembles and know not bad his playing style; even tried to play the saxophone.So I’m trying to come up to melodica from the side of saxophone – In the area of articulation and the sound.
Jack De Johnette since his start on instrument (small Hohner) sounded like a soprano saxophone. – which greatly influenced me! So when I play melodica, in my head sounds alto saxophone, and the ears feel which instrument transmits it better.For several years already clear to me that Hohner is best suited for jazz performance; what I wrote to the manufacturer,
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