Also available has been a video/dvd, the “Complete Guide to Saxophone Sound Production” (Caris Music Services) which is in a sense the visualization of the. Tue, 11 Dec GMT developing a personal saxophone sound pdf -. Developing A Personal. Saxophone Sound, by. David Liebman 5 This book. Dave Liebman- Developing a Personal Saxophone Sound. I just ordered this book off of eBay last week, it should be here sometime in the next.
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The DVD is indeed different, and as was noted here is not intended as a playalong. I’m hoping it will come today or tomorrow.
Liebman’s book is great. Click here for more information. It’s a lot of info packed into a dsvid skinny book, and definitely worth multiple readings. The whole book is great, I think you’ll really get a lot out of it. This was especially true for understanding the significance of the overtone exercises which are central to these concepts since they reinforce the principles through concrete examples.
Comparison is the thief of veveloping. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. BUY IT- ya won’t be sorry. He would say in perfect French of course: Yeah, I need to use this in a practice room here at college.
I’ll check out the DVD after recovering from the last few weeks of spending. dacid
David is a brilliant human being and a great player who has contributed knowledge and art at a new educational level. You know how it is All times are GMT.
And if Dave can’t perform some of Joe Allard’s exercises well, then they’re probably over my head in this lifetime and it doesn’t matter very much anyway. I especially liked chapter 7. What have people’s experiences with this book been? This is section in my humble opinion contains the secret of a good sax sound. It’s like having a long and comprehensive lesson with Liebman; provides concrete, sonic illustrations of stuff in the book; and is worth every penny of the 60 bucks it costs.
This is my favorite saxophone-tone-oriented book in existence. This book is the result of several decades of experience as a saxophonist and teacher. It looks like I made the right decision.
Regarding the video, I wasn’t aware that Dave’s presentation left something to be desired. Obviously visual demonstrations of principles and exercises are helpful. Textbooks and reeds add up fast.
Dave Liebman- Developing a Personal Saxophone Sound.
Originally Posted by BeerBatter. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Originally Posted by Wailin’. With Joe came principles and concepts, all eventually leading to the same conclusion which was to be physically and mentally relaxed on the instrument. As is the case with any great teacher, they should inspire you to do further research and hopefully develop original concepts of your own.
My first experiences with Joe began as a teenager in New York City after I had studied locally with a fine teacher, Nat Shapiro, who taught me the basics of sound production, fingerings and technique.
I realize now I should probably have asked this before I bought the book, but I got excited. This book a new edition with minor additions is meant to put any saxophonist, regardless of style on a firm footing without being at a disadvantage in the pursuit of a good tone and in the final result, enjoyment of the instrument. I think its a great introduction to the Joe Allard concept.
If bad habits lead to unnecessary tensions, there is less likelihood that the performer can discover his or her persona on the instrument, let alone perform at a high level, especially if you factor in all the normal considerations which go into playing music. I just ordered this book off of eBay last week, it should be here sometime in the next couple of days.
A real awakening occurred a few years after studying with Joe when I realized how the tone of the great artists all had in common certain characteristics: Much of the information reflects my experiences from studying with the master, Mr.
What Would Mingus Deveoping Of course after the main principles are understood, each musician should and will naturally customize the concepts to fit their own personality, needs and technique.
He’s dead on in these books and he’s one of the major cats. It is my contention that for a mature and serious student, understanding the reasoning behind a concept goes further than mere imitation and repetition for improving skills. Originally Posted by dirty.
There is one main artistic premise underlying this book. I like the presentation and exercises so much, I’ve used them continually for the last 12 years or so.