Hello from Australia!

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  1. Vulgano Brother

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    Will need to see my teacher again at some point this week. Finding it easier to play on the second octave than the first octave. And have started hitting the third G, is that G above staff? Practicing descending chromatic scale from there. Easier than ascending. But so happy I'm making a recognisable raucous on the horn, ha.
     
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    False alarm, second G, but still a struggle haha.

    Blue Monk is a great tune to practice on, ha.
     
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    and post on TM, and, by the way, thank you very much, hope you like them.
     
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    Great to hear your are making progress but most of all that you are enjoying it!! At the end of the day it is what making music is all about :)
     
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    Thanks @David Hall I'm thoroughly enjoying it, enjoying it too much that it takes enjoyment out of playing the sax, haha.

    Went for a lesson again and quite fortunate to catch the bad habits I was developing with my embouchure before it's too late.
     

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