And finally, the Moanin’ Trumpet Solo for trumpets and tenors. Play hard, practice long! Quarter Note equals 140.
Calling all Altos, Tenors, Baris! Try out the Moanin’ solo. Quarter Note equals 140 on the metronome. Gotta love the blues! Hey trumpets can jump in, too!
And now the tenor solo. Go for it trumpets, tenors, whoever! Quarter note equals 130 on the metronome.
Go for it, trumpets and tenors and whoever wants a shot! Quarter note equals 130 on the metronome.
Alright trumpets. It’s your turn again. Try out this solo beginning at measure 61, metronome at Quarter Note equals 130. Watch out, tenors can try out, too!
Yo tenors and trumpets! Go for it. The tenor solo beginning at measure 37. Set your metronomes at Quarter note equals 130. Play on, jazzers!
Metronome is quarter note equals 130. Go for it, beginning at measure 25. YEAH! Baris can try out, too!
Hey there saxes! Try it out. Pretty fast tempo. Quarter Note equals 148 – play along and have fun. Baris can try the solo, too. See if you can sound like Sonny Rollins or Cannonball Adderley. And trumpets can play the tenor solo if they want a shot at grabbing it for the brass section! Just ask me for a copy of the part. Go for it everyone!
Hey guys! See if you can play along. Beginning at measure 46 with the metronome click at Quarter Note equals 148. Play it like Dizzy…. Dizzy Gillespie that is! Or maybe Slide Hampton if you’re a trombone player! Ya know, a tenor player can take a look at this solo to try out for it, too! Just go ahead and ask me for a copy of the part….
Here’s the picture of all Major and Minor Key Signatures as a resource for your music…..and some upcoming blog challenges!