Got a couple of requests to do this one actually.
C, B, A, Ab x2
A, C, G, C
C, B, G, A
G, F#, F, Eb x2
E, G, B, E
G, F#, D, E
At the Monterey Jazz Festival this year, they did a tribute to Sonny Rollins.
Branford Marsalis, Joshua Redman, Joe Lovano, and Jimmy Heath were all on stage.
Jimmy Heath is 90 years old.
They finished the night on Saturday and played some tunes together as well as each playing a tune with one saxophone. The tune that Jimmy Heath chose, possibly related to the time they played it (closing the show that night), Round Midnight by Thelonious Monk and played it on soprano sax.
I had played the tune before, but decided to go back and relearn it on soprano after that.
Also, check out my saxophone scales class if you want to get more into scales.
We talk about his YouTube channel and some things it allowed him to do.
As well as the Youtube Space in LA.
Also about NAMM a bit and some ways he has worked on music.
Working on rhythm with a private student. Check out SaxophoneTribe.com to get help from me directly.