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  • #85890

    William Cingolani
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    Good lesson on turn arounds.

    #85896

    William Cingolani
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    In one of my Bb song books I turned to “Move it on Over”. It’s in the Key of G for sax. So I’ll be practicing some turn arounds with the 12 bar blues. And in my other book is “Great Balls of Fire”. this one is in the key of “A” for tenor sax. So some good turn around practice tomorrow.

    #85904

    saxomonica
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    Hiya William 🙂 thinkin’ i really need to see an optometrist soon coz i can’t see your link on turnarounds? lol
    i too like vizualizing thangs with G Bb C C# D F

    Yo – just found this link to share and turn around with y’all:
    whatta ya reckon? #TurnItOnOver
    (NB have a gawk at “PRACTICE STUDIO” bottom RHS header ..)

    http://www.jazclass.aust.com/saxophone/sax09.htm

    #85906

    saxomonica
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    #85907

    William Cingolani
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    Thanks saxomonica. Hank is the man. My parents had the old 78 rpms.

    #85914
    Johnny
    Johnny
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    cool William. what a coincidence that your 2 tunes are in G and A, same keys I used in the Turnaround lesson.
    Hank’s version doesn’t do the turnaround change up to the 5 chord at the end but you can still play the turnaround licks over it anyway. it’ll still sound good and it’s good practice for you…rock on!

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