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Solo for Multi-Tenors
Level: Advanced
Duration: 3:50
State Lists: Indiana
Product ID : TSPCS20-011DL
Price: $11.00
Item #: TSPCS20-011DL

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Afrobeat is a groove-oriented solo by Mike Hodges. It earned him 1st place at the PASIC 2004 solo competition (he also won the year before), and appears in the tenor solo compilation book, Violent Tenor Cream. Afrobeat starts and ends with a 3/4 groove that is felt in "one" while a fun-yet-challenging assortment of different grooves permeates the rest of this well-constructed solo. And, of course, the licks, of which there are many! Be sure to watch the video clip below to see the command performance. Mike is truly a fantastic player and composer of soli du tenoire!

This solo also appears in the tenor solo
compilation book Violent Tenor Cream.



Use of this product is governed by the license terms outlined here.


Description

Afrobeat is a groove-oriented solo by Mike Hodges. It earned him 1st place at the PASIC 2004 solo competition (he also won the year before), and appears in the tenor solo compilation book, Violent Tenor Cream. Afrobeat starts and ends with a 3/4 groove that is felt in "one" while a fun-yet-challenging assortment of different grooves permeates the rest of this well-constructed solo. And, of course, the licks, of which there are many! Be sure to watch the video clip below to see the command performance. Mike is truly a fantastic player and composer of soli du tenoire!

This solo also appears in the tenor solo
compilation book Violent Tenor Cream.



Use of this product is governed by the license terms outlined here.




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