Articulation – how to practise – 4 different articulations.

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LESSON TRANSCRIPTION
Articulation – The most important thing when playing saxophone!
How to practise – Get flexible: Know these four types of articulations.
Watch the video lesson here: https://youtu.be/Styz0fujAjE

Jazz articulation – practise this – sound like a pro
4 ways to practise great articulation – examples and how to’s!
Articulation is one of the most important parts of jazz playing and
generally saxophone playing.
When you get your articulation right you get a much more defined and clear jazz language!
With articulation the biggest aspects of jazz playing come together –
timing and phrasing!
Listen to all the great heroes of jazz saxophone that be from now or from the past, they all have great and clear articulation – which also means impeccable timing and phrasing.
I will get into 4 types of articulation and show some ways to practise this!

Get all the benefits of great articulation – better timing, better phrasing and clear defined jazz improvisation.
Towards the end of the clip I give a played and written example on how to articulate on a common jazz standard.

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LESSON TRANSCRIPTION
Articulation – The most important thing when playing saxophone!
How to practise – Get flexible: Know these four types of articulations.
Watch the video lesson here: https://youtu.be/Styz0fujAjE

Jazz articulation – practise this – sound like a pro
4 ways to practise great articulation – examples and how to’s!
Articulation is one of the most important parts of jazz playing and
generally saxophone playing.
When you get your articulation right you get a much more defined and clear jazz language!
With articulation the biggest aspects of jazz playing come together –
timing and phrasing!
Listen to all the great heroes of jazz saxophone that be from now or from the past, they all have great and clear articulation – which also means impeccable timing and phrasing.
I will get into 4 types of articulation and show some ways to practise this!

Get all the benefits of great articulation – better timing, better phrasing and clear defined jazz improvisation.
Towards the end of the clip I give a played and written example on how to articulate on a common jazz standard.