Hello saxophonists, teachers and players alike! Much has happened since the last entry in my blog. First of all, there are several new reviews posted here at SaxShed.com. Randy Hunter, Greg Fishman and the team of Rosenberg and Weiskopf have all penned new books submitted here for review. Randy Hunter’s series Set the Stage offers […]
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Hello to all and welcome to my latest blog entry. It’s been too long since the last entry and lots to tell. 1) Back in April I was happy to report that Michael Brecker told me via email that he was playing some tenor and EWI again. This news was passed on to SaxShed.com readers […]
Hello again and welcome to my newest blog entry! Lots of new things are happening here at SaxShed.com. The forum is growing slowly and I invite everyone to stop by and get things going. There are lots of people with great ideas and questions that need answers. I welcome posts and inquiries and will try […]
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Rick Kerber That's Rick on the left. Yeah, it's a goofy picture of us in our tuxes, but it's the only one I have! Rick Kerber and I met for the first time in 1990. He was the professor of the "Brass Methods" class at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Eventually, Rick and […]
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Yesterday all servers in the U.S. went out on strike in a bid to get more RAM and better CPUs. A spokes person said that the need for better RAM was due to some fool increasing the front-side bus speed. In future, busses will be told to slow down in residential motherboards.