What are the Alto Sax notes for Por Tu Amor from alacranes musical?
D d e f f f f e e e f e e d
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d d f
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d d f
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I played this at my school concert it is really bbb bbb'bdgab-cccccbb baab ad' bbb bbb'bdgab-cccc cbb'ddcag-
high T, R sharp (important), x flat, a b c f a t h e r s, and o sharp. Love playing that song!
Lowest=Bb Highest= F# (palm key)* Bb,B,C,C#,D,D#,E,F,F#,G,G#, A,Bb,B,C,C#,D,D#,E,F,F#,G,G#,A, A#, B, C, C#, D(palm key), D#, E (palm key), F (palm key), (F# palm key) *Only newer saxophones have the palm F# key. :) Glad to be of assistance xD
i figured this out, so its DD E F# F# F# EE DEF# EF#EF# GF#E. U should be able to figure it out even though i didnt explain very well
the base note of the saxophone is a normal G that's your 3 left fingers down index, middle and ring but this is for a symphonic band not orchestra i guess or other bands as far as i know
Alto Saxophone can play 32 different notes A#-Bb B-Cb B#-C C#-Db D D#-Eb E-Fb E#-F F#-Gb G G#-Ab A A#-Bb B-Cb B#-C C#-Db D D#-Eb E-Fb E#-F F#-Gb G G#-Ab A A#-Bb B-Cb B#-C C#-Db D D#-Eb E-Fb E#-F
A lot of free legal sheet music scored for alto sax is available at the Load.CD website. Good both for professional players and amateur musicians.
The Eb alto saxophone can play from low Bb to high F. GOING UP.... Low Bb, B, C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, Bb,. ok, that's The FIRST OCTAVE plus these three connecting notes.... B, C, C#, ( HERE ARE THE NOTE'S WITH THE thumb OCTAVE KEY depressed) D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, Bb, (the SECOND OC…TAVE) now... on to the super fun high notes...B, C, C#, D, D#, E, F,. Now, some saxophones have a HIGH F# key, but you can still go higher if you practice your altissimo register. Super high G, G#, A, A#, B, C, C#, & D. The first Altissimo note you will ever learn is high A.... Good Luck! (MORE)
EE B E C E B E A G F# G A G F# D.... ...JUST REPEAT FOR 4 MEASURES(4/4 TIMING)
All eight notes: D D A D Bb D A D G F E F G F E C
D G G F A F G D D G G F A F G D G G F A F G D D D D D D G G F A F G D F G Bb C# G (trill Bb to C#) D F G Bb C# G (trill Bb to C#) -------------------------------------- Eb Alto: ADDCECDA ADDCECD (Repeat pair x4) ABDFD x3 ADDCECDA ADDCECD DEEEEE A Backing (DDC DDCC repeats)
The tenor saxophone sounds in Bb when playing in C (it goes a whole step lower). The alto saxophone sounds in Eb when playing in C (going 4.5 steps lower). Therefore, transpose the notes UP 3 steps to go from tenor sax music to alto sax music. Each sax is tuned 3 steps below the one above it or 3 …steps higher from the one below it (from saprano to alto, alto to tenor, tenor to bari) (MORE)
F___ A B D C___ A F D BBB C.... BBB C Eb__ FFFF F - 1 A - 12 B - 2 D - 1 C- Open A - 12 F - 1 D - 13 B - 2 B - 2 B - 2 C - Open B - 2 B - 2 B - 2 C - Open Eb - 23 F - 1 F - 1 F - 1 F - 1
The notes for Beat It on alto sax is a normal G. These are the 3fingers down index, middle, and ring for a symphonic band.
F#, F#, F#, A, F#, E, D, F#, F#, F#, B, F#, E, D, E, D B, A, F# (it just repeats... try to learn the rest by ear...)
There are 12 notes that can be played on an instrument, they are: Ab, A, Bb, B, C, Db, D, Eb, E, F, Gb, and G. These can be played on any instrument and since there is an endless number of octaves, there is an endless number of notes to be played, however they are simply these notes only higher or l…ower. (MORE)
lower case=regular UPPER CASE=FLAT aaa aaa acfga BBBBB aaaa aggag c! aaa aaa acfga BBBBB aaaa ccBgf
Hi Felicia,Actually, there are some things you can prcitcae while watching TV, like, making chord changes. You don't necessarily have to make any noise, just let your fingers of your left hand prcitcae moving from one chord to another chord. Maybe you and your Mom could come up with a compromise of …some sort? Like, you prcitcae at a certain time every day, so she knows when it will begin and end? Or, you find a space to prcitcae in your home that it quiet and private? Believe it or not, some people prcitcae in bathrooms or big closets sometimes! (MORE)
if you want the notes to any song for any instrument go to 8thnote.com or freemusicsheets.com those two sites should give you the music that you want. it may cost many so be aware
Halo2(upper case letters with octave Key,all Bs are Flatted) g-a b a c b a- D E F- E c E D- g a b c b a- g b a g a f- g- l: dddD-D dddE-E dddF-F dddG-FED :l D D D F F F G G G F FED and that's all i know
If you're talking about Old MacDonald Had A Farm then these are the notes: C C C G A A G E E D D C G C C C G A A G E E D D C G G C C C G G C C C C C C C C C C C C G A A G E E D D C G G A G B C
What? If your question is "What notes can you reach for how old you are?", the answer is this: most younger players (elementary school level) can't play really high notes, like the high D above the staff, possibly the C right below it. As they get better at the saxophone, they can reach higher notes…. @ http://wiki.answers.com/Q/User:Merylstreeplover129 . Well ill admit i am an ametuer sax player im not very good by ear so i cant tell u the notes but i Think what he/she is asking is what are the notes for the "song" for "How old are you" as in the second verse to happy birthday ^^ (MORE)
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i believe that you start on low and then of course go up to the F with the octave key. They only thing that isn't natural is the B and it is flat. so F, G, A, Bb, C, D, E, F, and then back.
It would be an A for alto sax. The Intro would be A G F E. The mix in the middle is A A A E G E.
It depends on what you are transposing. The Alto Sax plays a minor 3rd higher than concert pitch, so if you are transposing concert pitch music (piano, for instance), you play a third lower. If you see a C on the piano music, you play an A on the Alto Sax.
If you read the whole of Philippians 4veres 1through 23 the answer to your quesoitn would be their right before your face. Follow the teaching of Christ in mind and body.
Get Down On It is a popular song from the band by the band Cool andthe Gang. The full notes for it can be found on sheet musicwebsites.
For the intro it is c c e f natural f natural a a g f natural reapeat until you get after then go to g f natural e
D da dddcacc# d da dddcacc# d da dddcacc# d da aaacacc# f#f#f#f#f#gadef#gf# f#f#f#f#f#gadef#gf# eeeee eeeee ef#
a f g a d c d e d c b a c d e d c b b a d f a b a g f e d
G A G E G A G E D D B C C G A A C B A G A G E A A C B A G A G E D D F D B C C E C G E G F holdD BOLD AND ITALIC NOTES ARE WITH THE OCTAVE KEY DOWN .
i need the notes for sawmill creek so if u are online and u see the notes look out for me thanks
G,G,G,A,B,B,A,B,C,D, G w/octave key, G w/ octave key, G w/ octave key, E w/octave key, E w/octave key, E w/octave key, D, D, D, C, C, C, G w/octave key, F w/ octave key, E w/ octave key, D, C. Hope it helps, I just sat here for like 10 minutes trying to figure it out playing by ear! :)
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I know some of it A D C D E B D C B C D-- REST A D C D E B E-- D C B C D-- REST that's all I know
the notes on a alto saxophone are the same as the paino but arange like this 2 key from top is b 4 is c but only 4 246 keys together are c all the keys including 246 789 and the key that is above the left finger rest d 246789 f is 2 4 6 8 , e is 24678 and the key above the key that is above the left… finger rest. then you have ur sharps es 24678 . i hope you get this (MORE)
Alto sax: Intro/Chorus: Bb f f# c#... f# f x 4 (2:04) C#, C#, C# C# e, e f# e e, e C# C# C#, C# Bb, Ab, F, Eb, F, Ab, Bb, C# C# e ab ab f# f.. f# f C# e f# ab, ab ab bb b bb b bb ab f# ab... f# e eb C# B Ab F# Ab Bb Ab, Bb, C#. C# e., C# C# C# e e C#, e, f# e f# e C# e ab c#.... Outro: f#, f, Bb
I did... (Octave Key)E D E D E D A E E D E D E D A E E E D E E E E E D(Octave Key) C
Do you mean F sharp or natural? I will give you both. For F sharp, you press the thumb key, all three on your top hand, then your middle finger on the bottom. To drop that an octave, release the thumb key. For F natural, It's the exact same thing, except instead of the middle finger on your bottom h…and, use your index, or pointer finger. (MORE)
c c c d e e g c# d e e a a b a g
All ds are high, b a g a b b b a a a b d d b a g a b b b a a b a g.
G g g c b g g a g d c g g high g e c d a f f e c d c :D
If your fingers are in the right place, push down the pointer, middle and ring finger on the upper set of keys, or left hand keys. Also on the left hand, add the pinky finger on the top set of pinky keys.
It depends. A lower D is played with all 6 finger keys down, while a D up the octave includes the octave key (located just above the thumbrest).
Gx6 bflatx6 F Dsharp Dnatural Cx6 This about half of the notes. Find the rest.
i dont know but i do know the song i dont play sax but on my keyboard it can sound like a sax its a speshil keyboard . ok so if you want to sing rolling in the deep go to you tube and write rolling in the deep thank you and have a good night .
"To be prepared"? I don't understand the question. To be prepared for what? Are you wondering what the highest note and lowest notes of its range are? There are numerous saxaphone questions on here. Are they all you? :-)
That question can't really be answered as asked. Blues is a style of music, incorporating certain rythyms and tonality.
I'm not exactly sure if these are the correct notes, but I played it by ear and I thought it sounded like it :) : Low E, High E, Low E, B, A, High E, High B, High G ... repeat..