does anyone know where i can get a solo for bery sax and trumpet?

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Rain, Nov 17, 2007.

  1. Rain

    Rain New Friend

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    In perticular I'm looking for that song that they sang in the movie ELF, with will ferreal u know? goes like " I really must go_ but baby it's cold outside" they keep singing it's cold out side in it, I play trumpet my Boyfriend plays sax tener and bery ( however thats spelled) and It would be sooo cool to do this duet at our christmas consert

    thanks

    Rain:cool:
     
  2. pipedope

    pipedope Pianissimo User

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    Can't help on the song but I think you are talking Bari-saxiphone.
    The bari is short for baritone.
    A big instrument with low pitch, big sound.

    good luck ... someone here knows
     
  3. Toobz

    Toobz Mezzo Piano User

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    I would suggest your boyfriend play along with you on Tenor sax.
    Both are keyed in B flat and would not require any transposing. That's assuming you play a B flat trumpet, as most people do.


    And for your info, it's spelled Saxophone.
     
  4. pipedope

    pipedope Pianissimo User

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    oops :duh:

    I am typing with only my left hand due to my lymphoma and make lots of typos.
    I try to catch them but some slip past.
    Sometimes I spell poorly but I try to catch that too. :D

    It has been a while but I keep wondering how a TN accent sounds saying berysax.
     
  5. Toobz

    Toobz Mezzo Piano User

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    Typo's are no stranger to me either. In fact, a typo originally
    was how I came to discover my current handle. If I don't reread my post's constantly,
    I miss plenty of errors.
    And that's with two good hands ! :dontknow:
     
  6. ozboy

    ozboy Mezzo Forte User

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    It's a tune called Baby, It's Cold Outside written by Frank Loesser. it's in The New Real Book Volume 2 published by Sher Music. If you know a Jazz player, they'll have the book for sure. It has lyrics and even has a he and she vocal part incase you want to sing along.
     
  7. wiseone2

    wiseone2 Artitst in Residence Staff Member

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    I can only think of Chet and Gerry, or Pepper and Donald Byrd in this combination. Are you thinking along the same line?
    Wilmer
     

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