Karen took up the tenor saxophone whilst studying composition at the Royal Northern College of Music.
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TS stands for Tenor Saxophone
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On the opening title track, Neset's lustrous tenor saxophone is set against a bass line from Herskedal and a wordless choir of voices.
Twice-winner of the tenor saxophone category in the British jazz awards, Karen will be joined on stage at Llay Royal British Legion Club by Paul Kilvington (keyboards), Bill Coleman (double bass) and Luke Flowers (drums).
“We got a job playing with Good Rockin’ Brown, a tenor saxophone player, at the Louisiana Club over on Jackson and F streets,” Daniels says.
com The Decider is an exciting new jazz CD featuring Benn Clatworthy on soprano and tenor saxophone as well as flute, Chris Colangelo playing bass, and Ryan Doyle's drum performance.
In 1983, Griffin became a founder member of the European band Three Generations of Tenor Saxophone.
00 Paperback ML419 Pool, a music consultant for Paramount Pictures, delivers this tribute to Peggy Gilbert, a jazz musician who played tenor saxophone for over 80 years until her death in 2005 at the age of 102.
The horns also dominated Green's boppish original "Central Park South," with Moody serving up a passionate tenor saxophone and the stalwart Blanchard, another Monterey veteran perhaps best known as the composer for most of director Spike Lee's movies, blowing a fiery trumpet solo that was equal parts Miles Davis and Clifford Brown.