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Functional Analysis of saxophone, the Drosophila Gene Encoding the BMP Type I Receptor Ortholog of Human ALK1/ACVRL1 and ACVR1/ALK2

TWOMBLY, Vern; BANGI, Erdem; LE, Viet; MALNIC, Bettina; SINGER, Matthew A.; WHARTON, Kristi A.
Fonte: GENETICS SOC AM Publicador: GENETICS SOC AM
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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In metazoans, bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPS) direct a myriad of developmental and adult homeostatic evens through their heterotetrameric type I and type II receptor complexes. We examined 3 existing and 12 newly generated mutations in the Drosophila type I receptor gene, saxophone (sax), the ortholog of the human Activin Receptor-Like. Kinasel and -2 (ALK1/ACVR1 and ALK2/ACVR1) genes. Our genetic analyses identified two distinct classes of sax alleles. The first class consists of homozygous viable gain-of-function (GOF) alleles that exhibit (1) synthetic lethality in combination with mutations in BMP pathway components, and (2) significant maternal effect lethality that can be rescued by an increased dosage of the BMP encoding gene, dpp(+). In contrast, the second class consists of alleles that are recessive lethal and do not exhibit lethality in combination with mutations in other BMP pathway components. The alleles in this second class are clearly loss-of-function (LOF) with both complete and partial loss-of-function mutations represented. We find that one allele in the second class of recessive lethals exhibits dominant-negative behavior, albeit distinct from the GOF activity of the first class of viable alleles. On the basis of the fact that the first class of viable alleles can be reverted to lethality and on our ability to independently generate recessive lethal sat mutations...

O desenvolvimento da criatividade em contexto de mini-grupo : sugestões pedagógicas para o ensino do saxofone

Martins, Eugénia Filipa Ribeiro
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso
Publicado em //2013 POR
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Relatório de estágio de mestrado em Ensino da Música; O presente relatório incide na temática do desenvolvimento da criatividade musical em contexto de mini-grupo, em aulas de Saxofone. Este trabalho surge no âmbito do Estágio Profissional do Mestrado em Ensino da Música da Universidade do Minho, realizado numa escola, no centro de Braga. O estágio, onde foi implementado o Projeto de Intervenção Pedagógica, dividiu-se em duas valências: aulas de Instrumento (Saxofone) e aulas de Ensemble de Sopros. O projeto tinha como objetivos centrais promover o desenvolvimento da criatividade musical através de atividades pedagógicas em mini-grupo; fomentar a autonomia dos alunos no domínio da linguagem musical; contribuir com sugestões de atividades pedagógicas que possam inserir-se no ensino do saxofone em grupo e promover o desenvolvimento da criatividade neste contexto; avaliar o impacto destas atividades no contexto e aferir as aprendizagens dos alunos. Através de instrumentos de recolha de dados como a gravação de aulas, a observação participante e entrevistas semi-estruturadas aos intervenientes, podemos concluir que este projeto desenvolveu novas aprendizagens nos alunos (nomeadamente ao nível do desenvolvimento do ouvido e da improvisação) bem como uma maior participação e envolvimento dos mesmos nas atividades da aula.; This internship report is focused on the theme of the development of musical creativity in a small -group context in saxophone classes. This project was developed within the scope of the Teacher Training Practice Component of Minho University Master Programme in Music Teaching...

Aspetos de interpretação na música para saxofone na obra de Daniel Schnyder

Marques, Mário Dinis
Fonte: Universidade de Évora Publicador: Universidade de Évora
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Refém de uma dicotomia na forma de tocar, o saxofone tem vindo desde a sua criação a percorrer um caminho de convergência num consequente estreitar de diferentes abordagens técnicas e interpretativas que definem quer a escola clássica quer o jazz. Com a multiplicação de géneros musicais e uma prolífera produção de compositores motivados para essa inclusão de géneros, torna-se fundamental definir em que medida e com que critérios, é também necessária uma atitude inclusiva de escolas, na técnica de execução interpretativa deste novo género. Através deste estudo deu-se provimento a essa necessidade, com uma análise dos padrões de execução de técnicas variadas, na obra de um compositor e saxofonista de géneros inclusivos com inúmeras referências de múltiplos quadrantes musicais: Daniel Schnyder. Pretendeu-se porém encontrar não uma metodologia de interpretação, mas um critério para a utilização de ferramentas interpretativas, que de alguma forma orientam para uma interpretação inclusiva do género musical; Aspects of interpretation in music for Saxophone in the work of Daniel Schnyder ### Abstract: Historically, the saxophone has been caught up in the conflicting approaches concerning technique and interpretation that defines the schools of classical and jazz music. Because many composers were motivated to try and reconcile these differences...

Functional Analysis of saxophone, the Drosophila Gene Encoding the BMP Type I Receptor Ortholog of Human ALK1/ACVRL1 and ACVR1/ALK2

Twombly, Vern; Bangi, Erdem; Le, Viet; Malnic, Bettina; Singer, Matthew A.; Wharton, Kristi A.
Fonte: Genetics Society of America Publicador: Genetics Society of America
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /10/2009 EN
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In metazoans, bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs) direct a myriad of developmental and adult homeostatic events through their heterotetrameric type I and type II receptor complexes. We examined 3 existing and 12 newly generated mutations in the Drosophila type I receptor gene, saxophone (sax), the ortholog of the human Activin Receptor-Like Kinase1 and -2 (ALK1/ACVRL1 and ALK2/ACVR1) genes. Our genetic analyses identified two distinct classes of sax alleles. The first class consists of homozygous viable gain-of-function (GOF) alleles that exhibit (1) synthetic lethality in combination with mutations in BMP pathway components, and (2) significant maternal effect lethality that can be rescued by an increased dosage of the BMP encoding gene, dpp+. In contrast, the second class consists of alleles that are recessive lethal and do not exhibit lethality in combination with mutations in other BMP pathway components. The alleles in this second class are clearly loss-of-function (LOF) with both complete and partial loss-of-function mutations represented. We find that one allele in the second class of recessive lethals exhibits dominant-negative behavior, albeit distinct from the GOF activity of the first class of viable alleles. On the basis of the fact that the first class of viable alleles can be reverted to lethality and on our ability to independently generate recessive lethal sax mutations...

Concert no. 2, pour saxophone, clavecin et basson.

Roesgen-Champion, Marguerite (1894 - 1976)
Fonte: A la Flûte de Pan Publicador: A la Flûte de Pan
Tipo: Musical Score
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score and 2 parts. 33 cm.

Quarter-tone production on the saxophone.

Paulson, John William.
Fonte: 1975. Publicador: 1975.
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
ENG
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iv, 76 l. illus., charts, music. 29 cm.
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Rochester, 1975.
Typewritten.
"Selected list of compositions for saxophone employing quarter tones": l. 72-73.
Bibliography: l. 76.

Phoebé. Nocturne arrangé pour clarinette, flûte, hautbois, saxophone.; Phoebé; arr.

Pillevestre, J.
Fonte: Evette & Schaeffer Publicador: Evette & Schaeffer
Tipo: Musical Score
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score and 4 parts. 31 cm.

Multiple-row serialism in three works by Edison Denisov

Cairns, Zachary Allan (1978 - )
Fonte: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Rochester Publicador: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Rochester
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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xv, 191 leaves ; ill., music ; 28 cm.
Contents:
Introduction
The Russian understanding of serialism
On multiple-row serialism
Analysis : Five etudes for solo bassoon (No. 1)
Analysis : Sonata for alto saxophone and piano (mvt. 3)
Analysis : Octet for winds (mvt. 2)
Conclusions and extensions
Appendix I : Kurbatskaya translation
Appendix II : Graph theory terminology.; The music of Russian composer Edison Denisov (1929-1996) has not been widely studied by music theorists in the United States. He was one of the student composers who came of age in the Soviet Union during the period following Stalin’s death. During this time, young composers began experimenting with some of the modernist approaches to composition found in Europe and America. In this dissertation, I have chosen to focus on one specific aspect of Denisov’s approach to serial composition. My goals are twofold. First, my fundamental objective will be to give analytical attention to what I strongly believe is an important, though neglected, repertoire. Second, the dissertation explores technical issues involving multiple-row serialism in general, and demonstrates the utility of my own analytical approach developed in the study of this music.
The dissertation is divided into two large parts. The first...

Berceuse = Wiegelied : pour violoncello ou alto ou saxophone alto et piano; Berceuse

Absil, Jean (1893 - 1974)
Fonte: Gervan Edition Musicale Publicador: Gervan Edition Musicale
Tipo: Musical Score Formato: Dimensions:32 cm; Number of Pages:score (3 p.) and part
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Caption title. --- May be performed on violoncello, bassoon, saxophone, or trombone.; Publish note: Connect with barcode 39087004985356

Eleven cadenzas and twenty six etudes for the saxophone : for the development of tone technic and interpretation / by J. Beach Cragun.; Cadenzas and etudes, saxophone; 11 cadenzas and 26 etudes for the saxophone

Cragun, J Beach
Fonte: Finder & Urbanek Publicador: Finder & Urbanek
Tipo: Musical Score Formato: Number of Pages:15 p. of music; Dimensions:31 cm
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A cinefluorographic investigation of the oral cavity during performance on single and double reed instruments

Wheeler, Raymond L (1930 - 2006)
Fonte: R. L. Wheeler Publicador: R. L. Wheeler
Tipo: Software; Presentation Formato: Dimensions:4 3/4 in. +; Number of Pages:1 CD-ROM
ENG
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Title from disc label. --- X-ray images of oral cavity during performance of clarinet, alto saxophone, oboe and bassoon. --- "Studies conducted in September 1971 and September 1972." --- "February 2003"--Label.
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A Graduate Saxophone Recital

Barbay, Taylor A.
Fonte: College of Fine Arts; University of Florida; College of Fine Arts; University of Florida ( Gainesville, Fla ) Publicador: College of Fine Arts; University of Florida; College of Fine Arts; University of Florida ( Gainesville, Fla )
Tipo: mixed material Formato: Project in lieu of thesis
Publicado em //2013 ENGLISH
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Recital in lieu of thesis (M.M.)--University of Florida, 2013.; Contents: Concerto / Ingolf Dahl -- Sequenza XIb / Luciano Berio -- Buku / Jacob ter Veldhuis -- Dracones nursery / Nick Hwang.

An application of the musical style of jazz saxaphone to the double bass

Hill, Gareth
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Thesis (Masters); Masters of Philosophy (Music)
EN_AU
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The aim of this dissertation is to explore improvising on the double bass through an investigation of the improvised solos of prominent jazz saxophonists. This involves a melodically focused analysis of solos of Charlie Parker, Dexter Gordon, Sonny Rollins, Joe Henderson, Oliver Nelson and Eric Dolphy. My melodic analysis is in aid of furthering my melodic concept on the double bass and consists largely of analysis in three areas: intervallic content, phrasing and melodic devices. It is through this process that I hope to develop techniques for the double bass and further my own concept for improvising. The disparity between saxophone and the double bass means that there is much to be gained from transferring ideas from each instrument. There are differences in dexterity, phrasing abilities and acoustics that have allowed the saxophone to develop an improvising style entirely different to that of many double bassists. While saxophonists I enjoy, solo in an exciting and complex way, my soloing on the double bass is generally slower, less melodic and lacking in intensity and concept. I believe that this study can give great insights into my playing as well as creating a model which may be used by others to develop their own improvising on the double bass.; Yes

Conducted & directed jazz orchestra and saxophone quartet

Cox, D.; Mintzer, B.
Fonte: Adelaide, South Australia Publicador: Adelaide, South Australia
Tipo: Performance
Publicado em //2006 EN
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Guest artist saxophonist Bob Mintzer, Adelaide University Jazz Orchestra (students) and Mintzer with two jazz staff in a saxophone quartet Dustan Cox conducted & directed jazz orchestra and the same with the saxophone quartet Australian premier of Mintzer’s ‘Saxophone Quartet #1 in Three Movements’ and several Big Band compositions and arrangements by Mintzer. This performance was part of the Evening Concert Series within the Bob Mintzer residency. Sponsored by Elder Conservatorium, Helpmann Academy. South Australia Broadcasted on ABC and Radio Adelaide

Russell Peck's The upward stream for tenor saxophone and orchestra: a transcription for tenor saxophone and wind ensemble.

Jones, Scott A. (Scott Anthony)
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
Tipo: D. Mus.
EN_US
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A Performer's Guide to the Saxophone Music of Bernhard Heiden

Walsh, Thomas
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
Tipo: Outros Formato: 12263562 bytes; application/pdf
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Doctoral document; Bernhard Heiden (1910-2000) composed ten works involving the saxophone in a variety of genres. Most significantly, his Sonata for E-flat Saxophone and Piano(1937) was the first sonata to become part of the standard repertoire for saxophone. This document provides a biographical sketch of Heiden and historical background on each of the ten pieces by Heiden that include saxophone. Heiden's four pieces for alto saxophone soloist-Sonata (1937), Diversion for Alto Saxophone and Band (1943), Solo for Alto Saxophone and Piano (1969), and Fantasia Concertante for Alto Saxophone and Winds (1987)-are treated more thoroughly, with analyses and notes on performance. The analysis of each piece consists of a form diagram and discussion of Heiden's use of form, themes, rhythm, meter, harmony, and counterpoint. Sections titled "Performance Considerations" document the published errors in each work and provide suggestions for performance culled from interviews with Bernhard Heiden and Eugene Rousseau, and from personal observations. The other works by Heiden that include saxohone are Duo for English Horn and Alto Saxophone (1938), Intrada for Woodwind Quintet and Alto Saxophone (1970), Partita for Orchestra (1970), Four Movementsfor Saxophone Quartet and Timpani (1976)...

Composer avec le volume : tentative de systématisation du Traité de l'orchestration de Koechlin et application à la composition.

Chiasson, Frédéric
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
FR
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Cette thèse examine le système d’orchestration qui sous-tend le Traité de l’orchestration de Charles Koechlin pour déterminer la pertinence de son utilisation dans la composition d’œuvres nouvelles, en utilisant les outils de la recherche scientifique et en mettant en pratique ce système dans la composition d’œuvres à effectifs divers : La Lame de l’horizon pour saxophone alto seul, Ishtar pour saxophone ténor solo et ensemble de chambre, Trou noir pour grand orchestre et Intercosmos aussi pour grand orchestre. Après une mise en relation du système de Koechlin avec les autres traités d’orchestration et les études scientifiques sur le timbre – dont notre propre étude sur le volume de Koechlin et l’extensité – nous analysons nos propres œuvres selon la pédagogie du Traité : du concret à l’abstrait. Nous analysons le timbre instrumental, l’écriture en relation avec l’orchestration, les objets musicaux créés et finalement les grands desseins des œuvres entières. Nous utilisons pour l’analyse le vocabulaire fourni par le système de Koechlin et de nouveaux concepts qui le complètent. Le but de cette thèse est de démontrer que le Traité de l’orchestration de Charles Koechlin peut nous aider à structurer notre orchestration tout en nous laissant une grande liberté pour former notre propre langage musical. Le système de Koechlin tend même à solidifier le métier pour rendre notre langage compositionnel plus convaincant et original.; This dissertation examines the orchestration system in Charles Koechlin’s Traité de l’orchestration to assess its relevance to the composition of new works. We investigate its potential relevance by testing this system with scientific research methods and putting it into practice in the composition of musical works for different instrument combinations: La Lame de l’horizon for solo alto saxophone...

Bach's cello suites transcription and interpretation for baritone saxophone

Twillert,Hendrik Van
Fonte: Universidade de Aveiro Publicador: Universidade de Aveiro
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
ENG
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Bach’s Suites for unaccompanied cello are a masterpiece of the Classical Western canon for their singularity and their creator’s mastery. A myriad of transcriptions were made throughout the centuries with bigger or lesser freedom. This thesis aims at revealing insights from the art of linear polyphony and its performance on a monophonic instrument such as the baritone saxophone. The study of the musical structure is supported by examples from the visual domain that help us to understand the notion of linear polyphony as a third-dimension object. The particularity of this study, in relation to the multiple existing literature about Bach’s music, is its focus on a wind player’s point of view, a saxophonist, which, given the restriction of the polyphonic possibilities of the instrument, reveals some discerning solutions on the performance, analysis and elaboration of the polyphonic thinking in Bach’s Suites. Similar to the relative novelty of the cello at Bach’s time, my work aims at giving as close as possible the same perspective of the music through a new vision and instrument. I analysed the art of linear polyphony and the techniques of elaboration of the melody in the Cello Suites, notably as a means to support the interpretation (e.g. articulation...

A influência do acompanhamento em suporte digital na motivação dos alunos de saxofone: relatório de estágio

Araújo, Anabela Soares de
Fonte: Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa Publicador: Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em //2014 POR
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I (Prática pedagógica)- Esta secção do Relatório de Estágio pretende apresentar elementos referentes ao Estágio do Ensino Especializado da Música no ensino do saxofone, efectuado na Escola de Música Luís António Maldonado Rodrigues, no ano lectivo 2012/2013. Neste estágio foram envolvidos e analisados três alunos, em níveis distintos de desenvolvimento, mas com orientações semelhantes no que respeita à organização do trabalho. Para cada aluno foram realizados trinta planos de aula, uma planificação anual e três gravações vídeo/áudio em contexto de sala de aula, permitindo uma análise e reflexão mais profunda do trabalho docente. A secção é composta pela caracterização da escola onde se realizou o estágio, através da sua contextualização/funcionamento, dos seus espaços e equipamentos, recursos humanos existentes e organização pedagógica. Posteriormente é efectuada a caracterização dos três alunos envolvidos no estágio, baseada na experiência docente e nos conhecimentos fornecidos pelas Unidades Curriculares do Mestrado em Ensino da Música. Seguidamente descrevem-se as práticas lectivas desenvolvidas ao longo do ano lectivo por parte do docente, incorporando linhas orientadoras da docência aplicadas na prática pedagógica. É feita uma análise crítica da actividade docente no âmbito do estágio do Ensino Especializado da Música...

Production and perception of legato, portato, and staccato articulation in saxophone playing

Hofmann, Alex; Goebl, Werner
Fonte: Frontiers Media S.A. Publicador: Frontiers Media S.A.
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 15/07/2014 EN
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This paper investigates the production and perception of different articulation techniques on the saxophone. In a production experiment, two melodies were recorded that required different effectors to play the tones (tongue-only actions, finger-only actions, combined tongue and finger actions) at three different tempi. A sensor saxophone reed was developed to monitor tongue-reed interactions during performance. In the slow tempo condition, combined tongue-finger actions showed improved timing, compared to the timing of the tongue alone. This observation supports the multiple timer hypothesis where the tongue's timekeeper benefits from a coupling to the timekeeper of the fingers. In the fast tempo condition, finger-only actions were less precise than tongue-only actions and timing precision of combined tongue-finger actions showed the higher timing variability, close to the level of finger-only actions. This suggests that the finger actions have a dominant influence on the overall timing of saxophone performance. In a listening experiment we investigated whether motor expertise in music performance influences the perception of articulation techniques in saxophone performance. Participants with different backgrounds in music making (saxophonists...