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A Saxophone featured Super Tuesday

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This Super Tuesday Jazz presentation will feature the Saxophone. From right in-tune, to slightly out-of tune to way out-of-tune saxophone masterpieces. These will be predominantly sax lead tunes that will basically drown-out the rest of the instruments in the band. Of course, the existence of the other band members is of great importance. In order for these saxophone geniuses to succeed in achieving their dominance, they need to be showcased by the rest of the band. Jazz musicians are helping/aiding each other constantly, there is never any sign of selfishness present. Jazz musicians respect each other to the maximum and are the best of friends. They feed off each other because of the improvisational nature that helps it evolve further. This leads to a very big question and one that I feel is starring into the faces of all present day Jazz musicians. Has Jazz reached a point where improvising cannot be achieved any further without surpassing the borders it has established throughout its history?? Check the schedule link and Tuesday in particular, for play times, enjoy!

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