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Each week, your Host Donna Schwartz brings you interviews, news, and reviews with some of the most exciting saxophonists in the world today. This is the place for the saxophone community to come together and learn through getting into the minds of our saxophone heroes. Enjoy the show and make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode!
 
Have Fun. Play Saxophone. Be Awesome. Repeat. The HowToPlayTheSax.com Website, Youtube Channel and Saxophone Podcast are dedicated to helping YOU become a better saxophonist. My name is Matthew and I help beginner saxophone players of all ages learn how to play their favourite Rock, Soul, Funk and Blues songs without reading music – quickly and easily – with my online saxophone lessons via the Membership inside HowToPlayTheSax.com, via my Blog, via my Youtube Channel and via this Saxophone P ...
 
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In our 6th interview from the NAMM Show 2022, Donna interviewed Joel Pekin and Bob Sheppard, from Retro Revival. The Retro Revival company is known for their vintage replica mouthpieces, and are committed to making mouthpiece dreams come true by making exact Replicas of the classic mouthpieces from the Golden years, from the highest quality […]…
 
Saxophone Interview With Bernhard Recently I had the opportunity to have a great chat and saxophone interview with one of our AWESOME Members, Bernhard from Germany. Bernhard was kind enough to spend some time talking to me about his saxophone journey and all of the amazing things he has done since starting to learn how to play the saxophone approx…
 
The saxophone and jazz communities suffered a HUGE loss on July 21, 2022. Tim Price, a phenomenal woodwind artist and educator, who has been featured many times on this Podcast in recent years, passed away on that date. He had been suffering from a brain tumor for many months. How Donna Met Tim I had […]…
 
Jody Espina is the founder, president, owner, and designer of JodyJazz Saxophone & Clarinet Mouthpieces. In 2018, JodyJazz acquired Chedeville and Espina and redesigned the entire line of Clarinet and Saxophone Mouthpieces while using all of the best elements of Chedeville’s glorious past mouthpieces. In 2020, JodyJazz Acquired the famous Rousseau …
 
Shout Out To My Saxophone Students at HowToPlayTheSax.com The saxophone students and awesome Members at HowToPlayTheSax.com are just wonderful people. They come from all over the world - and are having fun, playing saxophone, being awesome and repeating the whole process !! Thank you to those mentioned in this saxophone podcast, thank you to Member…
 
In this episode, I interviewed Four time Grammy® Award-nominee, world-renowned jazz organist and Saxophonist, Joey DeFrancesco. He has more than 30 recordings as a leader under his belt, and has recorded and/or toured with his own groups as well as numerous renowned artists that include Ray Charles, Van Morrison, Diana Krall, Nancy Wilson, David Sa…
 
Jeff Antoniuk has such an interesting background, having been born in Canada, and growing up in Nigeria. He’s performed with Tim Hagans, Sherrie Maricle, Ingrid Jensen, Walt Weiskopf and Marcus Miller. He has fronted his own bands as a performer and composer, winning accolades from JazzTimes Magazine. Jeff is a well-respected educator, and currentl…
 
In this episode, I interviewed classical saxophonist, Chika Inoue. Chika has been a guest on our show before – links to those episodes are in the show notes below. Chika has performed with Los Angeles Philharmonic, Brooklyn Metro Chamber Orchestra, and many other orchestras in the United States, as well as internationally at Festivals in […]…
 
Saxophone Beats - How To Play The Saxophone Some beginner saxophone lessons students of mine were recently having troubles with their saxophone beats. Not just limited to saxophones: music of all kinds usually has a beat of some description. Playing along with a beat can sometimes be a little tricky. But it doesn’t have to be !! This saxophone podc…
 
In early June, I attended the NAMM Show in Anaheim CA. NAMM stands for National Association of Music Merchants, an organization started in 1901 for companies in the music industry to connect, network and further their businesses. Music companies often show off their latest products, and endorsed artists appear, sometimes giving impromptu concerts r…
 
Winner of Horn of the Year from the Blues Music Awards in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2015, Deanna Bogart has been electrifying audiences with her soulful saxophone playing, singing and dazzling keyboards for over 40 years. She is a bandleader, songwriter, arranger, and produces festivals and other artists. Deanna is also a sought-after educator/mentor/m…
 
How To Play You Can Leave Your Hat On by Joe Cocker On The Saxophone Joe Cocker has some amazing songs that have been huge all over the world - many of which have AMAZING saxophone playing in them. You Can Leave Your Hat On is one such song - it has some INCREADIBLE brass parts that you just can help but want to play – loudly ! Fun Fact - Bobby Key…
 
How To Play The Pink Panther Theme On The Saxophone Arguably, the most famous and well known saxophone song in the world in space - ever - is the Pink Panther theme. The Pink Panther theme music is cool. It's smooth, it crosses musical genres, is instantly recognisable and is a MUST for all saxophonists to play. In this saxophone podcast learn how …
 
A veteran of the international jazz scene, Max Ionata emerged in the early 90s and has performed with many modern greats including Robin Eubanks, Billy Hart, Joe Locke, Mike Stern, Bob Mintzer and compatriot Stefano Di Battista. For this episode, we did our interview over email, and Donna read the answers aloud for the audio […]…
 
How To Play Good Lovin On The Saxophone Good Lovin’ by The Young Rascals is a wonderful song that has stood the test of time. And in the film clip they are wearing VERY strange clothes that I’m sure they are very embarrassed about now….. It is perfectly suited to playing along with on the saxophone – especially for us here with our beginner saxopho…
 
Today’s episode is about playing in military bands… For this episode, I spoke with Larry Weintraub, saxophonist and clarinetist who has performed with Army and Navy bands from 1978 – 2005. He was first introduced to military bands by his teacher at the time, Ron Diehl, lead alto player for the US Navy Jazz Commodores. […]…
 
Saxophone Lessons - How To Play The Saxophone Want to learn how to play the saxophone, but you are not sure where to start ? You’ve come to the right place ! I help beginner saxophone players of all ages learn how to play their favourite Rock, Soul, Funk, Blues and Classic Hits songs WITHOUT READING MUSIC – quickly and easily – with my online saxop…
 
Saxophone Lessons Q and A 6 | How To Play The Saxophone Matthew from https://HowToPlayTheSax.com answers questions about learning how to play the saxophone as asked by readers, subscribers and Members. Pete has asked some great questions about the role thumbs play in the overall saxophone experience. In this saxophone podcast I give some tips and i…
 
How To Play My Boy Lollipop On The Saxophone My Boy Lollipop by Millie Small is a great little song from the mid 1960's. It had another round at being famous in the mid 1970's as well. My Boy Lollipop has an infectious little riff that is PERFECT for playing on our saxophones ! In this saxophone podcast episode, we learn how to play My Boy Lollipop…
 
You may be wondering why we devoted a whole episode to saxophone necks? It’s because this part of your instrument is more important than you think. If there are problems with your saxophone’s neck, not only will your tone and timbre be affected, but also your intonation, ease of blowing, efficiency and more. For this […]…
 
Ticker TV Interview with Matthew from HowToPlayTheSax.com Recently I had the enjoyable experience of being interviewed on an online news site here in Australia called TickerTV, and their show called “On The Download”. Ryan, the Host, was very friendly and made the conversation really easy. In this Saxophone Podcast, Ryan and I discussed : online le…
 
Grammy nominated saxophonist Tim Armacost has established himself as one of the most distinct saxophone voices on the New York scene today. Touring regularly around the world both as a sideman and a leader, Armacost has worked with a phenomenal number of jazz greats, including Al Foster, Jimmy Cobb, Kenny Barron, Tom Harrell, Billy Hart, […]…
 
How To Play Nutbush City Limits On The Saxophone | Saxophone Lessons Tina Turner is an iconic singer. With a career that spans decades, one of her biggest hits was Nutbush City Limits. And, by wonderful coincidence, it has HUGE brass lines just begging for your saxophone. Doing the Nutbush with Tina Turner should be a goal of every saxophonist ! In…
 
Jamie Anderson has been playing professionally for over 25 years, and is the founder of the online saxophone website, getyoursaxtogether.com. He has performed at venues like The Blue Note Tokyo, Glastonbury Festival and Munich’s Olympic Stadium with artists such as The Four Tops, Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons, The Temptations, Joan Armatrading…
 
Suspicious Minds Saxophone Lessons | How To Play Saxophone One word: Elvis. Think outrageous jump suits, think on stage karate moves, think Suspicious Minds. If you are wanting to learn how to play Suspicious Minds by Elvis Presley, then this saxophone podcast lesson is for you ! Suspicious Minds Saxophone. Suspicious Minds Saxophone Lesson. Suspic…
 
In this episode: Updates from me -email list newsletter 2x/month -recent trio concert: challenges, period of growth, etc -writing sextet music -composition process (instrumentation, not genre/style) Answer transcription email question -language analogy (author w/large vocabulary) -David Baker imitation-assimilation-innovation -Benny Golson Trane st…
 
Why Can't I Be You Saxophone Lessons | How To Play Saxophone The Cure had a great song in the late 1980’s called Why Can’t I Be You…..and it’s got some great brass and keyboard lines that translate very nicely onto the saxophone. If you would like to play along with a rather fun and infectious, repetitive riff, then please join me in this Why Can't…
 
Tomplay is an interactive sheet music app which is used by more than one million musicians across 72 countries, and by hundreds of schools and conservatories worldwide. The interactive sheet music scrolls automatically on the screen synchronized with high-quality recordings of professional musicians. Musicians can access a catalog of over 40,000 sh…
 
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