alto saxophonist

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a musician who plays the alto saxophone


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The ensemble, headed by alto saxophone player Martin Speake, offers standard tunes with all the invention and improvisation for which this top-line musician is known.
Jack Wyllie's impressive alto saxophone solos and Duncan Bellamy's shimmering beat-perfect performance on drums were underpinned by Milo Fitzpatrick's double bass riffs.
They include the title track, probably Henry Mancini's most widely known composition (after the Pink Panther theme, that is) and a richly inventive setting of "Over the Rainbow" that opens with an alto saxophone variation on the original melody rather than the familiar tune itself.
The JazzMN Big Band personnel for the March concert will feature alto saxophone, Brian Grivna and Pete Whitman; tenor saxophone, Dave Karr and Dale Mendenhall; baritone saxophone, Kathy Jensen; trombone, Michael Nelson, Dave Graf and Ethan Freier; bass trombone, Wade Clark; trumpet, Bob Hallgrimson, Jeff Gottwig, Dave Jensen and Tim Sullivan; guitar, Clay Moore; piano, Mary Louise Knutson; bass, Gordon Johnson; drums, Joe Pulice.
A junior at Hart High, he's also played alto saxophone for four years.
This recording, made late in his career, presents a straightforward concert performance by a quartet featuring Pepper on alto saxophone (and clarinet on one cut--Pepper loved to haul out the clarinet during his concerts, and the results are just wonderful) with George Cables on piano, Tony Dumas on bass, and Billy Higgins on drums.
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A $20,000 grant to the Eugene Symphony from the National Endowment for the Arts will help pay for a musical residency and concert in January with jazz master and alto saxophone virtuoso Branford Marsalis.
Chris Young is on alto saxophone, Tom Dunnett on trombone, Dave Ferris on piano and James Anderson on drums.
Other awards included: Best reissue album - Avid Records for Three Classic Albums Plus by Stan Tracey; Best new album - Linn Records for Too Much In Love to Care by Claire Martin; Best vocals - Anita Wardell; Best drums - Steve Brown; Best bass - Dave Green; Best guitar - Jim Mullen; Best piano - Gareth Williams; Best tenor saxophone - Bobby Wellins; Best alto saxophone -Alan Barnes; Best trumpet -Enrico Tomasso
As they launched into Bottom by The Bum Notes, (the theme tune to the TV comedy series) the alto saxophone, tenor saxophone player and trumpet players made their entrance walking around the crowd before joining the rest of the band on stage.
Simone, who sings and plays lead alto saxophone in the band, has also played with artists such as Paul Weller and John Williams.
Simone, who sings and plays lead alto saxophone in the band, has played with prestigious artists such as Paul Weller, John Williams, Ivy Benson Show Band and performed a saxophone solo on the Paul Merton TV show.
The talented youngster, who plays the soprano and alto saxophone, flute, clarinet and piano is one of only 12 people nationwide to be selected for the orchestra.
John Hummerstone, from Denby Dale, plays trumpet and the farthest travelling member of the band is Gerry Owen who makes the trans - Pennine journey from Warrington to play clarinet and alto saxophone.