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

    Nov 16, 2007
    Kingston, TN
    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


  2. pipedope

    pipedope Pianissimo User

    Sep 2, 2007
    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

    Feb 5, 2007
    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

    Sep 2, 2007
    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

    Feb 5, 2007
    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

    Jan 17, 2007
    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

    Nov 19, 2003
    I can only think of Chet and Gerry, or Pepper and Donald Byrd in this combination. Are you thinking along the same line?

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