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by PIP
(29 posts)
9 years ago

"Pick up the pieces" solo

I am a sophomore in high school who mainly plays legit music. My band director asked a tenor player and me if we would play pick up the pieces for our end of the year banquet. I have the music but there is a sixteen bar solo in it and I have never improved in my life. I am having an extremely rough time trying to figure it out is there anyone out there who might tell me where I can find an alto sax solo to fill those sixteen bars?

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  1. by connsaxman_jim
    (2336 posts)

    9 years ago

    Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

    That's a GREAT solo! One of my favorites. I play it on Tenor, and that's one of those songs that I love to play. Get a copy of the song and listen to it over and over until you've got the feel. That's the only way you're going to get it down. It doesn't have to be exactly like the record though. Stay close to the original solo and keep the same feel, but make it your own. The key to playing good improv is knowing your scales. I do a SMOKIN' tenor lead on this song! I start this solo like the original and then I do a funky stop-time thing with just me bass and drums. It sounds like a lot, but all I'm doing basically is playing one long blues scale, starting with low E and ending on altissimo G which I hold out till the start singing "pick up the pieces....uh huh..." I wish I had it on CD. I'd make a link of it for you.

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    1. by phathorn
      (165 posts)

      9 years ago

      Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

      That is usually the opening tune for our band. After the 486th time playing it, I let our trumpet player have the solo....we're about to switch to "skunk funk" as our new opener...should make the audience scratch their heads a bit.....:)

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    2. by SaxMan88
      (318 posts)

      9 years ago

      Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

      I'm listening to the original right now...by Average White Band...wow...I only heard of the version Kenny G and David Sanborn did...and I thought that was good. I'm now looking up sheet music for this song. I DEFINITIELY WANT MY DIRECTOR TO DO THIS NEXT YEAR!!!

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      1. by connsaxman_jim
        (2336 posts)

        9 years ago

        Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

        Kenny G and Sanborn's version is EXCELLENT!!! I just heard it for the first time today. I actually bought his CD Duets and I must say, I REALLY LIKE IT! This is what I've been wanting to hear from Kenny G. He kicks ass on a few songs on here actually! Check it out. I think you'll like it.

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        1. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          OMG...wait Jim, now hold on...let's make sure you're all right...YOU bought a KENNY G CD? Wow...this world must be coming to an end! *laughs* Which few other songs would you be talking about? I have the CD and would just like to know your opinion.

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        2. by connsaxman_jim
          (2336 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          I especially like Pick Up The Pieces and At Last, but the whole CD is pretty good. I thought Kenny and Brian McKnight did an AWESOME job on Careless Whisper too. I LOVE THAT SONG!!! Reminds me of Jr. High school dances and making out with 12 year old girls on the gymnasium floor!

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        3. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Jim, I don't know what happened...but on my CD they screwed up the order of the songs...like they said the one he did with Brian McKnight on mine was "Careless Whisper" but it was really "Baby Come to Me" and "At Last" is supposed to be "Careless Whisper" and "Baby Come to Me" is supposed to be "At Last"...did ya pick up on that? I did...it seems they screwed up one of his other CD's. His classics album had the soprano part for "Girl from Ipanema" at the end of the last song...weird. I'd have killed the mixing engineer whoever did that.

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        4. by connsaxman_jim
          (2336 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          All the songs on my CD are in the right order. Baby Come To Me is with Daryl Hall. Did you order yours through a CD club like BMG? I've ordered CD's and tapes from them before and had them be messed up. That could be why. I bought mine at Circuit City.

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        5. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          The artists are matched up right, but it's just that it says Track#4 is "At Last" when it's supposed to be "Careless Whisper"...and Track#7 is supposed to be "Baby Come to Me" when it says "Careless Whisper"...that's what I mean. The actual songs are screwed up...huh..mine musta been a dud.

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        6. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Just listened to Candi Dulfer's version of Pick Up the Pieces. Pretty cool; but I still like the other three versions I've listened to better.

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        7. by EL Seano
          (255 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          EURGH! KENNY G! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This shouldn't be in jazz saxophone section (agh Kenny fans don't bite my head off)

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        8. by CajunSax
          (76 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          i have it transposed for tenor (2 parts) and have it ( and all of my 'scribbly scratch notes') on my computer. I'd be more than happy to email anyone who is interest, no charge like some of those guys on craigslist. As for the solo part - i dont have that transposed as I've heard AWB enough times that I can wing almost exactly like their version...even the altissimo section. It's not a really hard solo technically, but if you've got some soul to put in it, then it really gets the panties flying on the stage... :) And Saxman88, to hear you say "I've only heard the Kenny G version" of Pieces is very very very extremely sad. Even his gay buddy Dave Coz has a better Careless Whisper than Gore-hiney-lick. Check out the AWB 'Live at Montreaux' version, those cats solo for like an extra 3 and a half minutes...pretty bitchin. For any of the guys that are new to improv...I suggest playing the first bar or 2 as close as you can to the original recording, then start to manipulate from there. The trick is to have a plan....but be ready to go off on a tangent at any time. Again, let me know if anybody want the sheet music i wrote up for Pieces...I have a bunch more too so just ask, I might have the leg work done for you already.

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        9. by gsmeele
          (2 posts)

          8 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Hello, I am interested in the sheet music Pick up the Pieces for tenorsaxofoon. Please send me a copy. Thanks. Regards, Gerard asg-support@hotmail.com

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        10. by adamkay70
          (1 post)

          8 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          please send me the music i would greatly appreciate it adam adamkay70@hotmail.com

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        11. by sultanofsax
          (31 posts)

          8 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          hEY I WOULD LIKE TO GET PICK UP THE PIECES FROM YA. E-MAIL IT TO ME THRU MY WEBSITE, WWW.KILLERBS.TK , AND CHECK THE SITE OUT TOO. I AM JUST TO LAZY TO TRANSCRIBE THANKS.

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        12. by naturalbornsaxplayer
          (1 post)

          8 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Hallo CaliKin I just read your Re on Saxquest from 5/1/2005 about Pick up the Pieces two years ago. I am a ts player in Berlin / Germany and I would like to ask you if you can send me your transcription of the sax solo from Pick up the Pieces. I'm also interestet in other sax solo transcriptions. My email: worldwideweberkjw@web.de Thank you very much Klaus J├╝rgen Weber

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        13. by roly
          (1 post)

          7 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Hi CalKijn can you send me PUpieces sheet music please. Thanx

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        14. by cammes
          (16 posts)

          7 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          yeh I'm interested in that sheet music to could you send it to cameron_rowlatt@yahoo.com.au Thanks

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        15. by bandchick1987
          (2 posts)

          7 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Hi...I know it's been awhile since you made this post, but I would love to have your transposed for tenor AWB music for Pick Up The Pieces...and if you have the time maybe to let me know what else you might have for tenor, it would save me lots of legwork, and the guys in the band are at me to do some more sax work. I am the lead singer, but we'd like to incorporate some more sax on stuff our male lead is singing. Thanks so much. reetzfour@gmail.com thanks again...bandchick1987

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        16. by fernieno1
          (2 posts)

          7 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          I know it was along time agao but I was hoping you could send me both tenor parts to Pick up the pieces. My email is fernieno1@yahoo.com..thanks in advance

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        17. by Zaven
          (1 post)

          5 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          please send me the notes of Pick up the pieses to e-mail mzaven@yandex.ru Thanks very very

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        18. by cuber
          (653 posts)

          5 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          its on Average White Bands website

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        19. by midi2000
          (1 post)

          4 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          I am interested in the sheet music Pick up the Pieces for tenor. Please send me a copy. Thanks

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        20. by cuber
          (653 posts)

          4 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          it was on their website a bit ago, dont know if its still there. should be

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        21. by David5303
          (1 post)

          4 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Could you send me your transcription of the tenor solo to Pick up the pieces? Thanx, Dave Fox Foxinstallations@hotmail.com

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        22. by Yts875ex
          (1 post)

          4 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          I am supposed to solo for my college. I love the AWB solo and would like to keep it as close to that as possible. I know its been a long time since you posted but I was wondering if you could email me the solo. My email is drock4131@yahoo.com

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        23. by TANGO SIX ONE
          (255 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Response to El seano: Exactly this section is called jazz saxophone well then that means discussing jazz saxophone.The knights arnt having a go at any one other than pointing out a fact. Dulfers no jazz player, and we all know over the years in Holland the scene with her old man on the circuit clubs etc.Its all good stuff but she is no jazz player. To a jazz musician KG makes you feel your in one of ELseanos Armada in a force 10 with no tablets . The knight templar state that ignorance is bliss,jazz is on a different planet from these two characters. Good one respect to ELseano and the Armada.(Bird Lives)

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        24. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Well I must have forgot to mention it... After I posted my first thread, I went and found AWB's version. That one smoked. Then I found one off of JWpepper.com for a band arrangement (like one we'd do for a jazz band) so I have like four versions of Pick Up the Pieces on my PC. Calin, I'd be interested in that thing ya got. My email should be here, if ya can't get to it, lemme kno. Thanx.

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        25. by CajunSax
          (76 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Saxman - just emailed ya - lemme know u got it ok. Peace

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        26. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Yeppers got it. Thanx!

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        27. by CajunSax
          (76 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          hey Saxman that AWB site u recommended was pretty cool...has it all laid out for Tenor & Alto, and has all the rhythm section. So all that time i spent laying it out and i could've just hit 'print'. Glad to know my 'street smarts' was pretty close to the real thing though. that site is www.averagewhiteband.com and click on musicians, has it in pdf format - pretty sweet.

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        28. by EL Seano
          (255 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Look guys, I'm sorry i keep bitching about this, but kenny g discussions should not be in the jazz section. Even kenny admits he ain't jazz. Goto www.wikipedia.org/kenny_g and see for yourselves. To the knights, sadly, there is no armada. I was intoxicated when i mentioned it. Trane Lives

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        29. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Kenny G does 'smooth jazz', therefore he has to be talked about in the jazz section for there is no smooth jazz section. Let's not turn this into a Kenny G thread. Besides, we're talking about "Pick Up the Pieces", not Kenny G. Get off it.

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        30. by connsaxman_jim
          (2336 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Perhaps we need to start a "smooth jazz" forum? Dave Koz, Kenny G, Candy Dulfer, and David Sanborn all have their own attributes. Rather you love them or hate them is beside the point. If you really want to experience JAZZ, I would encourage you to listen to some of the earlier stuff, like Charlie "Bird" Parker, Cannonball Adderly, John Coltrane, Stan Getz and others; at least to get a better understanding of the concept.

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        31. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Well Jim, I do have a few Coltrane songs on my PC and do listen to them on occasion and go onto his website to listen to his music. IMO, I listen to his music to learn. I really don't enjoy listening to it. Like if I just wanna kick back and close the eyes and zone out, I'll turn on Kenny G. Then again, I think that's his kind of music. I think David Sanborn will move if he hasn't moved already into the icon section that Coltrane and Adderly etc are in. I have been wanting to get around to listening to some Charlie Parker. I guess some Adderly and Getz is in order as well.

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        32. by EL Seano
          (255 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Hey Jim that's not a bad idea, you guys should start a smooth section.

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        33. by EL Seano
          (255 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Hey Saxman, you wanna zone out? check out Dexter Gordon's Ballads compilation. Absolutely beautiful.

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        34. by TANGO SIX ONE
          (255 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          The knights state that( Long tall ) was a genious everything like all the great players developed from prez.No one repeat no one can play any style of jazz until they understand, yes thats right understand The Prez.Its the most important message any repeat any saxophone player of any style has to understand.Now its not the notes.But the knights are giving away in away a small aspect of the holy grail here.Unless you fully understand the prez message then its a waiste of time playing a horn.But you have got to work it out for your self.Many never make it Regarding David Sanborn. The knights templar respect his chosen style of work and was and is very good at doing that. Then i heard him do his out and out jazz thing recently and frankly he hasnt got the message.You dont wake up one day and switch hats and off you go.No no there is a lot more too it than that.Remember who hes now pitching himself against.To the knights templar its very sad when they do this.(Bird Lives)

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        35. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          I think I've found the sound for my future soprano... Instead of bright and lively how about dark and mysterious? I think a slow moving jazz ballad with a dark loomering soprano sax would be awesome! I'm gonna get a YSS-475 in a black lacquer when I do get my soprano.

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        36. by EL Seano
          (255 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Well if you like soprano you should check out Dave Liebman (another great)

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        37. by SaxMan88
          (318 posts)

          9 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          Crap. I posted that in the wrong spot. But yea El Seano, I've been trying to find works by Lieb to little avail. Ergh.

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      2. by chriskeenan
        (1 post)

        8 years ago

        Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

        Hey do you have the sheet music for the Pick Up The Pieces by Kenny G? I want to recommend this song to my high school's Jazz Band teacher, and I wanted to see if the music was actually out there. If you do, can you send me a copy to chris.keenanauction@hotmail.com? Thanks

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      3. by straightj23
        (103 posts)

        8 years ago

        Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

        This is so wierd. My jazz band is playing Pick up the Pieces this year! Awesome song, and awesome tenor solo (I play alto though.) My friend from the jazz band (play's first tenor) had this exact same solo, and he had a hard time figuring it out as well. He put it into a music writing program on one of the school's computers and listened to the playback to figure it out. Pretty clever. He ended up doing a pretty good job. However, I don't need to read written-in solos. I IMPROVISE!!!

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        1. by Sax Mom
          (964 posts)

          8 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          chriskeenan, People make their livings writing music and selling it to others. It is illegal to share photocopied music. You would be better off asking for the publisher or library number and ask for the music to be ordered through your local music store.

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          1. by JaZzer
            (25 posts)

            8 years ago

            Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

            However there is nothing wrong with transcribing and I strongly encourage it. It'll improve sight reading, ideas, and your ear just to name a few. Plus you can transcribe anything you'd like. As a jazz musician, if you hear something and you like it, steal it and own it! It'll become part of your vocabulary.

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            1. by Sax Mom
              (964 posts)

              8 years ago

              Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

              I agree. Transcribing is great for the ear and great practice, and legal.

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          2. by OrkneySax
            (3 posts)

            7 years ago

            Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

            It's one of the greatest funk sax features, and the original solo fits so perfectly it is worth trying to copy it, or at least the feel of it. AWB were brilliant at understated funk. I've never heard a good cover of this tune, in my opinion. Every one I have heard loses the feel and descends into a sort of funk-rock/rock (e.g. Candy Delfer....). The rythym section and the feel of the main sax riff are really important. It is worth really listening to what the original recording does, how the band all grooves against each other. That is the cleverest thing about the song. I've played the solo on Alto - I think it goes down too low (once). I play it on tenor now, it requires a bit of altissimo. I think up to high C or D. If you can't play the whole thing (like me - I'm not good enough at altissimo) you can actually try to play something improvised which fits but just hit those top long notes at the key moments, which gives the same feel.

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        2. by straightj23
          (103 posts)

          7 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          The solo is 12 bars of Cm7 chord and 5 bars of Gm7 for tenor. If you played it on alto, like I did, the chords are 12 bars of Gm7 and 5 bars of Dm7. Pick up the Pieces is a great song. If you transpose the chords, anybody can solo. The solo written in is a great one. There is no shame to play the written one, but you can't go wrong with improvising.

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          1. by The Insomniac Saxman
            (141 posts)

            7 years ago

            Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

            Actually, the changes should be C7 and Gm for tenor (G7 and Dm for alto) . . . it goes to the IV domimant 7 on the solo . . .

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        3. by hlandsman
          (1 post)

          7 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          in need of sheet music

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        4. by k1vocal
          (1 post)

          7 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          You can try getting the midi file on the net and then install cakewalk & slow it down enough so you can play it part by part. k1vocal.

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        5. by laurawillgoose
          (1 post)

          7 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          I am a saxophonist myself and i am looking for a performance piece to play for my A-level music course.

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        6. by liltom
          (6 posts)

          7 years ago

          Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

          I have a self-transcribed version of the AWB solo for alto or tenor sax in Finale Notepad form that I can email.

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          1. by bandchick1987
            (2 posts)

            7 years ago

            Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

            I would be ever so grateful if you could send me the tenor sax version of the solo for AWB. Thanks...bandchick1987 reetzfour@gmail.com

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          2. by giantsiceman
            (1 post)

            7 years ago

            Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

            I'd appreciate it if you, or anyone for that matter, could send me a transcription for either alto or tenor, preferably alto though. chachabowl25@yahoo.com

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            1. by rferreir
              (1 post)

              7 years ago

              Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

              I would also be extremely grateful for a transcription from someone of "Pick up the Pieces" for tenor (and alto?) for my 12 year old son. Thanks. rferr@sdcoe.k12.ca.us

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              1. by jurgen
                (1 post)

                7 years ago

                Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

                If anyone could send me the solo for alt sax of pick up the pieces that would be great!! my address is theflyingpinguin@hotmail.com Many thanx in advance.

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            2. by fernieno1
              (2 posts)

              7 years ago

              Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

              could you please send me both versions of the solo. My email is fernieno1@yahoo.com

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            3. by gsmeele
              (2 posts)

              7 years ago

              Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

              I would be ever so grateful if you could send me the tenor sax version of the solo for AWB. Please send mail to g.smeele@home.nl Thanks. Regards, Gerard.

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            4. by sarahsax
              (1 post)

              6 years ago

              Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

              please please please please please with a cherry on top! can you send me both the alto and tenor sax solo's for pickup the pieces. Do you know anyone whos got the candy dulfer version to? thanks sarahsax sarah-chandler@hotmail.com

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          3. by connsaxman_jim
            (2336 posts)

            7 years ago

            Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

            Someone emailed me a couple days ago and was asking me if I had transcribed "Pick Up The Pieces", and apparently they thought, probably by reading this post, that I had. I have my own version of the song that I play. I do not have the song transcribed. Transcribing is not a bad idea, especially if you're just learning to adlib. I don't chart many songs anymore unless it's a song that I'm not too familiar with, or an original tune that we're working on. Kids, I've been playing for over 20 years, and most of these old standards I can play blind-folded hanging upside down by a rope! To the person who emailed me, I'm sorry I didn't respond. Somehow, I deleted your email before I had a chance to reply.

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            1. by CajunSax
              (76 posts)

              7 years ago

              Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

              i just sent out an email to most of the replies i saw on here. let me know if anybody else still wants this transcription though. cajunsax@gmail.com is the best way to reach me i hear jim though...the best way is to do it by ear. I transcribed the solo for a student a while back - other than that everything i do is by ear. if i am looking at charts, it usually just to follow the chord progression on a new song or a song i'm not familiar with. other than that...it's all ear. best of luck everyone. ~duston cajunsax@gmail.com myspace.com/cajunsax

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              1. by sslavoix
                (32 posts)

                7 years ago

                Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

                can someone put the link in the forum

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                1. by jazzsax09
                  (7 posts)

                  7 years ago

                  Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

                  Did anyone say they had the ALTO sax transcription for Pick up the Piceces available to email to me. i'd be much obliged!

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              2. by liltom
                (6 posts)

                6 years ago

                Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

                In case you didn't see my earlier reply, I have a transcribed solo (Finale) from the AWB Pick up the Pieces. No Candy Dulfer stuff though :(

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                1. by cuber
                  (653 posts)

                  6 years ago

                  Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

                  sorry do pop your balloon, but the song is on AWB's website, including solos

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              3. by mrrayshirley
                (1 post)

                5 years ago

                Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

                F7 chord: F G A Bb C D E F Cm7 chord: C D Eb F G A Bb C have fun

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                1. by kelsey
                  (807 posts)

                  4 years ago

                  Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

                  mrrayshirley, not only was this post started 5 years ago that you have so graciously have brought back, you didn't even give correct advice as so far as a F7 or Cm7 chord............you have fun, go look it up!!...Kelsey
                  Barry Kelsey

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                2. by kelsey
                  (807 posts)

                  4 years ago

                  Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

                  mrrayshirley, not only was this post started 5 years ago that you have so graciously have brought back, you didn't even give correct advice as so far as a F7 or Cm7 chord............you have fun, go look it up!!...Kelsey
                  Barry Kelsey

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                  1. by cuber
                    (653 posts)

                    4 years ago

                    Re: "Pick up the pieces" solo

                    At least it wasnt that cannonball thread that took up half the page.

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