Visualize – Get the most out of your silent practise in this way
Link to video: https://youtu.be/Y-X-mrTJpd4
The best way how to visualize and silent practise saxophone
Many saxophone players do not have the possibility to practise at home with sound. This is a huge obstacle in the development of playing and in the pleasure of playing.
I have used visualizing and silent practise for many years. This has given me the possibility to grow whenever I had time to focus on music.
Practise when you travel, in the train or in the car. Practise before you sleep, in front of the tv.
With or without the saxophone, with or without making sound – it is always possible to practise.
In this video I will give you all the ins and outs of visualizing and silent practise.
Søren is playing “Perdido”
In this tutorial
Why do I need to visualize when practising?
Why do I need silent practise?
What is visualizing?
What is silent practising?
How to visualize melody
How to silent practise melody
How to visualize chords
How to silent practise chords
How to visualize scales
How to silent practise scales
Show, play and analyze a short solo on “Perdido”
Full solo manual on Perdido
FULL SOLO MANUAL – PERDIDO
Solo, basic melody, chords and scale exercises and how to’s for melodic soloing
– for both Alto and Tenor saxophone
104 pages concentrated around the melody, chords and scales of Perdido.
Gets you from basic knowledge to great soloing – for both Alto and Tenor saxophone.
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