SAX QUARTET + VOICE
Alto Sax 1
Alto Sax 2
The added drummer and vocalist allow the sax quartet to move back and forth between the role of accompanists and that of the main attraction. There are some impressive unisons that involve the saxes, drummer and vocalist as well as a short featured alto solo.
How do you develop as a jazz musician?
Learn melodies and learn how to improvise on their solo chord progressions.
Learning the melody and the chord progression should be every musicians' first goal.
Jazzleadsheets.com gives you correct melodies and correct chord progressions to important recorded jazz compositions.
Because we feel it's important for you to have the opportunity to hear recordings of the compositions, our lead sheets correspond to recordings available on iTunes.
Browse our list of Composers, Songs or Albums. Hear a sample of each title. Order lead sheets for your instrument, or get enough for your whole band. Click on the iTunes link to buy the recording that goes along with the lead sheet, if it's not already in your collection.
Our lead sheets are accurate and clearly notated. The PDF files can be viewed and printed with Acrobat Reader.
C treble clef lead sheets often have additional rhythm section information showing piano, bass or drum accompaniment lines or figures. For compositions that were originally recorded by a quintet (2 front line), harmony parts are occasionally included in the melody lead sheet, as long as they don't make the lead sheet too complicated. Sometimes a separate harmony part (2nd part) is also available for either B-flat, E-flat or C bass clef instruments.
Our lead sheets are from the jazz catalogs of Second Floor Music and Twenty-Eighth Street Music: great jazz compositions from the 1950s to the present. Jazzleadsheets.com is the only source for this printed music.
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