Notes to Calabria.

Notes to Calabria.

    
Notes to Calabria.    15:52 on Tuesday, November 13, 2007          

Elite
(6 points)
Posted by Elite

I have a tenor saxophone but i want to know the notes to calabria does anyone know them and if so can you please steer me in the right direction or point me to it.?

Like tell me the notes as in like d, f, a, c b whatever it is.

This is the calabria i like NOT the destination unknown.

This is the one we listen to in Florida by Enur and Natasja.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcueZMZMVk8



Re: Notes to Calabria.    15:55 on Tuesday, November 13, 2007          

Elite
(6 points)
Posted by Elite

This one works without an youtube account.


Re: Notes to Calabria.    15:57 on Tuesday, November 13, 2007          

Elite
(6 points)
Posted by Elite

forgot to add the link and there is no edit button.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WL1hlzLsUaU


Re: Notes to Calabria.    17:14 on Saturday, December 01, 2007          

dforero818
(7 points)
Posted by dforero818

first of all destination unknown and calabria use the same saxophone riff, secondly, I only know the first four notes,
G-D-G-D


Re: Notes to Calabria.    21:05 on Sunday, December 16, 2007          

Elite
(6 points)
Posted by Elite

Thank You!


Re: Notes to Calabria.    16:09 on Thursday, January 10, 2008          

Elite
(6 points)
Posted by Elite

Update for tenors* its G-A-G-A


Re: Notes to Calabria.    20:27 on Thursday, January 10, 2008          

xxpriincessxx
(5 points)
Posted by xxpriincessxx

I'm working on calabria aswell. however, the first 5 notes for TENOR are F C F C G#.
I'll update if I get anything else


Re: Notes to Calabria.    19:12 on Tuesday, March 18, 2008          

dforero818
(7 points)
Posted by dforero818

FINALLY GOT IT, FOR TENOR ITS F-C-F-C-G#-C-Eb-G-C Only use octave key for Eb


Re: Notes to Calabria.    02:27 on Sunday, November 02, 2008          

Chaosgriffin
(59 points)
Posted by Chaosgriffin

From alto to tenor is a four note change.

F - C - F - C - G#- C - Eb- G - C (ALTO)
A - G - A - G - E - G - B - Eb- G (TENOR)

Just remember when transposing notes, that there are certain notes that do not exist like:
B#,Cb,Fb,E#

So in order to account for this, you have to count in half steps, one half step is from A to A#
One full step is from A to B

So four steps from G#
G# goes to A# (full step) A# to B (half step) B to C (half step cause there is no B# note) C to D (full step) D to E (full step), 4 full steps. G# goes to E. Naturally G goes to Eb


   

This forum: Older: Any Jokes?
 Newer: donna lee jam out

© 2000-2016 8notes.com