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Key Leaves – saxophone key props for Alto, Tenor, Bari, Bass or C Melody sax

Key Leaves - saxophone key props for Alto, Tenor, Bari, Bass or C Melody sax

  • Stop sticky saxophone key pads G#, Eb & C# with this natural pad dryer
  • Leaf-shape props slide under key arms to air dry sax and stop sticky keys
  • 98% Fewer sticky saxophone key pads - www.KeyLeaves.com/Proof
  • Reduce sax repair and save pad life without touching delicate pad leather
  • Alto + Tenor + Bari + Bass + C Melody Saxophones. Adapts to Fit All!
Key Leaves help you leave sax keys open to dry, stopping sticky saxophone key pads including the notorious sticky G#, C# and Eb. After play, slide the leaf-shape props under the key arms of Eb and Low C#. This opens those key pads plus G# to dry, preventing sticky bacteria and yeast growth that causes key malfunction. Rotate, flex or remove the strap to use Key Leaves on your bari sax or even early vintage saxophones with odd key designs (Buescher, Conn, etc.) Keep your saxophone cleaner and extend pad life naturally. No more messy pad powder, cleaning paper, pad oil, pad dryers or gimmicks. Add Key Leaves to your sax care kit. The only sax care product scientifically proven to prevent sticking key pads, even without swab cleaning for a yea

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Autumn Leaves – Stanley Jordan

Great musician Stanley Jordan, the Classic now run by big names like Coltrne, Sinatra, Daves and many others … with great subtlety and technical, Jordan surprise to any playing its two guitars at the same time. It imperdível this video for someone who likes and Jazz Guitar. “Autumn Leaves” is a much-recorded popular song. Originally a 1945 French song “Les feuilles mortes” (literally “Dead Leaves”) with music by Joseph Kosma and lyrics by poet Jacques Prévert, English lyrics were written in 1947 by the American songwriter Johnny Mercer. It has become a pop standard and a jazz standard in both languages, and as an instrumental. “Les feuilles mortes” was introduced by Yves Montand in 1946 for the film Les Portes de la Nuit.[1] The film Autumn Leaves (1956) starring Joan Crawford featured the song, which was sung by Nat King Cole over the title sequence. The French songwriter Serge Gainsbourg wrote “La chanson de Prévert” as a tribute to this song. The tribute added much color into the song.