Saxophone, the Universal Method

Looking around the WordPress universe using the search word, “Sax”, I discovered Neal Ramsay’s Universal Method for Saxophone and this lovely piece of art. Very fanciful Neal. Smile

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About Gandalfe

Just an itinerant saxophonist trying to find life between the changes. I have retired from the Corps of Engineers and Microsoft. I am an admin on the Woodwind Forum, run the Microsoft Jumpin' Jive Orchestra, and enjoy time with family and friends.
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6 Responses to Saxophone, the Universal Method

  1. Jim! You moved to wordpress! Good call, I think it’s easier to use anyway. Did you migrate everything over here?

    Saw your comment on Helen’s site after mine. Had been by Neal Ramsay’s site the other day too. Looked interesting, but seems like the project didn’t have enough interest, maybe linking to it will help out.
    -Neal

  2. gandalfe7 says:

    Windows Live Spaces didn’t give us much choice as they are pulling the plug. I moved everything over and then deleted some of the early and unfocused stuff. I’m liking it now. Thanks for the comment Neal.

  3. Ah, surprised me a little that you would move from the microsoft space to wordpress, that makes sense.
    One thing I noticed on here, if you go to settings -> general, you can change the tagline from “Just another WordPress.com site” to something else.

    -Neal

  4. Gandalfe says:

    My friend Helen blogs about this Mark Hess painting here: http://bassic-sax.ca/blog/?p=24229

  5. Bill King says:

    The sax city illustration is by Mark Hess and is the cover art for a album by Arthur Blythe

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