1. Jaw vibrato and Tongue vibrato.
2. In Jaw vibrato the tongue and embouchure move, in tongue vibrato only the tongue.
3. Smooth flowing movement of jaw or tongue, without sharp reversals.
4. After about three years, when the embouchure is well set.
2. To achieve smooth flowing movement.
3. The second half or ending.
2. The altissimo of the baritone is entirely in the 'Head Register' area. That of the soprano sax reaches well into the 'Bell Register'.
3. A major 6th interval (9 semitones).
4. A minor 6th (8 semitones).
5. When a fingering produces a altissimo note on the alto which is too sharp, it may be in tune on the baritone. When a fingering produces a altissimo note on the baritone which is too flat, it may be in tune on the alto.
6. It helps to improve tone quality for the middle register and high register notes.
2. These instrument combinations are in the same key. This makes their voicing very similar.
3. Combining an alto and tenor (Eb- and Bb- instrument) requires more work on tone practice, but eventually helps to improve the sound on both instruments.
2. Practice scales to perfection. Practice etudes for short periods while you struggle with them. When you are becoming too comfortable with playing an etude you are not learning very much any more.
3. They are : (123 - 234 - 345) , (1234 - 2345) , (13 - 24 - 35) , (13 - 42 - 35 - 64) , (135 - 246 - 357) , (135 - 642 - 357 164)