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Yakety Sax DanielG Saxophone alto

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Published on Mar 7, 2008

Yakety Sax Boots Randolph Saxophone

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maverickdallas100
I've heard some well set-up Bundy's that really honked, including some that looked like they were spray-painted with a cheap gold enamel from an aerosol can! I saw a lot of these in our high school marching band, and they seemed to be built like tanks. They kept humming along even in the worst of weather. The fellow who was gigging with those Bundy's, (one tenor and one alto) pointed out that a quality well-designed mouthpiece is the most sure-fire way to liven up a cheap or dull-sounding sax. 
maverickdallas100
Very different slant on this classic piece with the smooth legato. While the staccato, heavily articulated version is most often played, your version makes for an interesting second break. Hang onto it, it's your own unique style, even if you wish to learn every nuance of the original. Do them both!
IDrinkMyKoolAid
Brilliant just needs more staccato :)
Stacy lg
Perfect ! j'aimerais faire pareil :3
Nathan Self
More staccato on the moving 16th notes at the beginning. Well done!
Justin Tai
wooooooooooooooo blow that horn thats brilliant well done! 
Bill Siggelkow
Make it a bit more staccato
Khutsana Pugh
i know like 20 people have asked but is there a way i can get this from u?
megistotherium1
nice!
Lois Haywood
Get that boy a tenor sax. 
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