Not only the saxophone, but learning any instrument requires patience. Sufficient patience can exercise the mind of a saxophonist. Practice has proved that not everything can be done right away. A person’s saxophone skills cannot be mastered in a short time. It requires your perseverance and unremitting efforts for a long time. Many people often have various problems when learning saxophone, and they should find the reasons from themselves. The first point is that when you first learn the saxophone, picking up the sax must first learn a basic fingering (such as E flat or B flat). Many people can’t wait to play a tune they are familiar with as soon as they understand fingering. As a result, due to their poor breath control, the sound that comes out is dry and not full. The second point is that you learn a second or even a third fingering when you have just learned a fingering and you are not familiar with it. As a result, your fingers are fighting, and you can’t understand any of them. The third is when you get some advice from your teacher or friends, you want to see the effect immediately. As everyone knows, the habit of playing saxophone needs to be adjusted slowly, and a new habit can be developed to completely solve the original problem. The fourth is when you hear a song, you can’t wait to play it again. When you finish playing it once, you feel satisfied that you can play the piece and it is complete, and you no longer seriously think about the performance method and details of the piece. The fifth is in the process of practicing a piece, finishing each piece too quickly instead of being very serious about getting each note to sound the right tone Sixth, people suspect that there is something wrong with their accessories due to their lack of breathing practice and control. So they inquired about all kinds of things such as mouthpieces, reeds, stereos and even effects, trying to use these equipment to make up for their lack of ability. The seventh is that people have doubts in a certain area, and hope to solve them through a few lessons or the teacher’s guidance. But in fact, any learned skills cannot be deeply keep in mind without long-term practice. Even “bad habits” that are developed due to the inadequacy of your original method will take longer to correct with proper practice. If you want to improve yourself, you can divide some of the things you need to do every day, the content of the exercises, and slowly overcome them one part at a time. You can start from the following 6 aspects: 1. Basic skills (Including long tone, accent, fingering, etc.) 2. Etudes (Including any music you like); 3. Music appreciation (Cultivating your own music appreciation); 4.Sing 5. The secondary creation of the song; 6. The key study for yourselves problems, etc.;
What is the point of learning the saxophone? Many people put their main energy on the improvement of technology. Of course, it is impossible to play the saxophone well without good technique. In addition to your good technique, I think a good musical literacy is also very important. Music literacy is not only limited to
The Rollins soprano saxophone was officially put into production, and the design was finally completed after a year.
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1.The relationship between musical instruments and timbre The saxophone mouthpiece can be said to be the most important part of pronunciation. The quality of the mouthpiece directly affects the timbre played. In addition to the significant influence of the player’s mouth shape and breath support, this is one of the most important parts to
It is essential to use a good instrument, and it cannot be overemphasized to have it properly repaired and kept in good condition. The price of acquiring a good instrument from the beginning of learning is far less than the learning and auditory frustration of adopting a low-quality instrument. The argument we often hear of