Sax Masterclass - Dave Liebman



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Format: DVD
Product Code: D161


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Author: Dave Liebman
Publisher: Roberto Winds
UPC-A: 0 94922 87651 5


Approximately 90 minutes long.

Now is your chance to sit-in on a masterclass with the incomparable Dave Liebman. During this more than 90 minute DVD, Dave discussing a little of everything about horns and set-ups, sound production, technique, ballad playing, improv concepts, traveling, and much, much more!

ABOUT DAVE LIEBMAN
David Liebman was born in Brooklyn, New York on September 4, 1946. He began classical piano lessons at the age of nine and saxophone by twelve. His interest in jazz was sparked by seeing John Coltrane perform live in New York City clubs such as Birdland, Village Vanguard and Half Note. Throughout high school and college, Liebman pursued his jazz interest by studying with saxophone guru Joe Allard as well as jazz musicians Lennie Tristano and Charles Lloyd. Upon graduation from New York University (with a degree in American History), he began to seriously devote himself to the full time pursuit of being a jazz artist.

DAVE LIEBMAN AS A TEACHER
His teaching activities at universities and in clinic settings have taken him literally around the world as a result of his varied musical directions and expertise on several instruments, along with an ability to articulate the intricacies of the jazz language, aesthetic and technique. Over the years, he has regularly received grantees to study with him funded by the NEA (U.S.), the Canadian Arts Council, as well as arts councils of numerous European countries. In 1989 he founded the International Association of Schools of Jazz (IASJ), an organization dedicated to networking educators and students from international jazz schools through periodic meetings, exchange programs and newsletters. Liebman presently serves as the Artistic Director of the IASJ and is Artist in Residence at the Manhattan School of Music, NYC.

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