the jazz authority; random dubiously zappy rants about 'the musicians music'.: Sheet Music

Thursday, June 16, 2005

Sheet Music

If you want sheet music, you'll have to ask for specific songs. You won't find many (if any) more random charts posted here, without someone requesting it. I've had many requests for more sheet music, but I need to know what you want in order to post it here, and I won't post copyrighted music.
It's easy to request: just ask in the quick comments spot at the left column of this page, or ask in the 'comments' link at the bottom of any post. You can look up my e-mail in my profile and ask that way too, if you have a list. I'll do my best to get them posted right away.
What I don't get is why so many ppl want tunes, but no one is asking for specific ones. Maybe it's because we all want what we want and we want it now, and nobody wants to put any effort into getting something if they can help it, even if it is free and hard to find.
On a brighter note, the jazz authority sites are doing very well. We're building a community of sax players and jazz fans and I'm proud to see this project taking off! See my other posts or the links area for the links to the jazz authority forums and sister blog.
Allright cats, time to give some serious feedback! No more quick and easy one click poll answers or scan-and-leave attitudes here! How does the saying go.... "communication goes both ways."

Cameron aka The Jazz Authority

By the way, upcoming topics include:
- best and worst cases for your instrument
- musicality vs. technical proficiency
- mouthpieces and you
- jazz history in 500 words or less
- injuries and pain when playing
- how to get paying gigs
- Wayne Shorter interview
- and much much more!!!

11 comments:

altosaxgeek5 said...

Umm...'Harlem Nocturne' straight.
'Tin Tin Deo' If you can find it.

Cameron W said...

No Tin Tin Deo. Who did it? Here's Harlen Nights... get it? Hope it works for ya.

I don't wanna fill up my blog with charts, so I'm only posting them every week or so. Don't worry though - any other requests will be listed, prepared and uploaded accordingly.

L8R

altosaxgeek5 said...

Uh... Tin Tin Deo.. written by Gil Fuller/Chano Pozo... made famous by Diz. Sanborn did it on Closer, too.

Cameron W said...

Right. I've got that Sanborn album. Couldn't spot the chart, but above is the other one you wanted. Concert pitch, so you gotta transpose. No biggie, right?

L8R

David said...

Could you post Eric Marienthal- Easy Street. for tenor.thanks

Cameron W said...

Is that Easy Street the standard in the real & fake books, or an original? If it's a modern original, I won't have the chart.

I think there's a standard out there called easy street. Let me know which it is.

Kegan said...

could you get trinkle tinkle, for musicians only or take the coltrane for tenor sax if you can get them thanks.

Cameron W said...

Kegan, all of my charts are in concert pitch. Will that work for you? Let me know if you still want them in concert C. Trinkle Tinkle is a way cool tune.

Kegan said...

Yea I could use them in concert C pitch that would be good. Thanks a lot

Cameron W said...

I have 'For Minors Only, For Regulars Only, and For Stompers Only, but not For Musicians Only, also, Take the coltrane is just a 12 bar blues in F. The head should be easy to transcribe.
Cameron

Cameron W said...

Twinkle Twinkle on the way...