6 edition of Hank Mobley"s Transcribed Solos for Tenor Sax found in the catalog.
by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
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rhysonsax submitted a new resource: My Transcription of Hank Mobley's "The Turnaround" - My downloadable transcription of head & solo for Hank Mobley's "The Turnaround" This is a transcription that I did in of the head and Hank Mobley's tenor solos on . I added many new sax,trumpet,piano,and guitar sections,with brand new pages for bass and for miscellaneous instruments,such as trombone,vibes,and violin.. With this additions,Saxopedia now features over transcriptions and my plan to create the most comprehensive index of solo transcription can be considered as least temporarily,until I find new websites with this .
Uh Huh is from Hank's "Workout" a rhythm section of Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones, you know Hank's going to swing by adding guitarist Grant Green, it's only going to "groove" harder. Hank would later record twice more with Grant Green, on Herbie Hancock's "My Point Of View" date in , and Grant's own date in , "I Want To Hold Your Hand," both. Henry "Hank" Mobley (July 7, – ) was an American hard bop and soul jazz tenor saxophonist and composer. Mobley was described by Leonard Feather as the "middleweight champion of the tenor saxophone", a metaphor used to describe his tone, that was neither as aggressive as John Coltrane nor as mellow as Stan Getz, and his style that was laid-back, subtle and melodic, especially.
In the ls’ two, three and four-tenor dates, sometimes with Coltrane in tow, what often remains memorable is Mobley’s warmth and lyric fluency. The sensitivity that his style is based on is perhaps best revealed by his rhythmic flexibility. The sense of contrast is internalized. He be-comes a succession of Hank Mobleys as he plays. Tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley has been called underrated so many times that the word may as well have been his middle name, and when combined with the numerous financial, personal, and health issues the saxophonist endured during his career, it all added up to a middle of the pack position in the jazz canon. He truly deserves a reevaluation. This delightfully warm set was cut on March 8, 9/
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: Hank Mobley's Transcribed Solos for Tenor Sax () by Campbell, Gary and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Paperback. Hank Mobley was one of the founders of the Hard Bop movement which grew out of the bebop style in the late s.
As a member of Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, Mobley recorded some of the first albums in this new bluesier style and went on to record more than 40 albums as a leader and sideman. Transcriptions Page Updates For April Grover Washington Jr.
solo on "Summertime" Bob Mintzer solo on "You and the Night and the Music" Here they are!!. Most of these solos can be found on recordings that are still available (check iTunes or do a web search) but I do know that a few of the recordings are either hard to find or out of print.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Hank Mobley's Transcribed Solos for Tenor Sax by Gary Campbell, FebruaryHal Leonard Publishing Corporation edition, Paperback in English.
Buy Hank Mobley Transcribed Solos (Saxophone &nb at Saxophone Sheet Music. Mobley, Hank. Published by Houston Publications, Lebanon, IN. Hank Mobley's Transcribed Solos for Tenor Sax by Gary Campbell,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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I recall reading an interview in the Sax Journal about ten years ago of Jerry Bergonzi. He described experimenting with different mouthpiece/reed setups on tenor, one of which was a 10* Link with a number 2 reed which he alluded to being the "Hank Mobley setup".
These are transcriptions that were sent to me by various friends and musicians. My hope is that this page grows to include jazz transcriptions of all instrumentalist not just saxophonist.
If you would like me to post transcriptions that you have done please send me an email with attached files. There are a. Bb Transcription of Hank Mobley's Tenor solo on "Tenor Conclave" Please forgive the poor manuscript and any inaccuracies. This was done a long time ago.
My Transcription of Hank Mobley's "The Turnaround" Active Cafe members can download. Author rhysonsax; Creation date Jun 2, ; Tags transcription; Overview History Discussion.
This is a transcription that I did in of the head and Hank Mobley's tenor solos on his tune "The Turnaround" which I really like. MERCEDES-BENZ - ML CV - Mercedes-Benz en El Ejido (ALMERIA) Sevende en muy buen estados con aire acondicionado elevalunas eléctricos velocidad crucero cuero automático itv recién pasados.
Color asul. Denunciar este anuncio. ByTune S to Z SoloList 1 - Sololist - SoloList - SoloList - SoloList Solos By Artist A to E F to M N to Z Solos By Tune 1 to G H to R S to Z Home song. The founding members of "The Jazz Messengers" were Kenny Dorham (trumpet), Hank Mobley (tenor sax), Horace Silver (piano), Doug Watkins (bass) and Art Blakey (drums).
Horace Silver had the record deal with Blue Note Records at the time, so the first 10" issue of. I personally haven't transcribed a lot of solos in their entirety. However, I wanted to share one that I did a few years ago.
It's tenor saxophone legend Hank Mobley's solo on Irving Berlin's "Remember", from the classic Mobley album Soul Station (with Wynton Kelly, piano, Paul Chambers, bass, Art Blakey, drums).
The course with have lessons and transcriptions of key Rock n Roll, Blues and Jazz solo's from our saxophone heroes. Learning from other saxophone players is a great way of learning improvisation.
Buy Ben Websters Greatest Transcribed Solos (Tenor Sa at Tenor Sax Sheet Music. Webster, Ben. John AlexanderPublished by Houston Publish.
A beguilingly gifted tenor player in the hard bop vein, and a Blue Note regular who crafted solos with precision and rhythmic vigor. Hank Mobley / Lee Morga Complete Jazz Message S Video Player is loading. This is a modal window. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
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Gary Campbell. Hal Leonard Corporation, - 38 pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in. I think, if I'm remembering correctly, I did this transcription during the freshman year of college.
I was still in the early stages of my jazz studies so I count this as one of my first transcriptions.
To me, Hank Mobley always represented a player who could deliver beautiful, melodic statements. with a .