How To Play the Peter Gunn Theme On The Saxophone
How To Play Peter Gunn On The Alto Saxophone.
The Peter Gunn Theme song is a very famous song – and is one that you MUST learn how to play on your saxophone.
It is one of those rare songs that gets two runs at public awareness.
The original version – Peter Gunn by Henry Mancini – was the theme song of the 1960’s TV show.
The next version – Peter Gunn by The Blues Brothers – got another airing in the late 1970’s, which made it famous all over again.
The video above is a brief and edited version of the saxophone lesson inside the Members Area here at HowToPlayTheSax.com for this song – and shows both the Henry Mancini and the Blues Brothers saxophone notes and fingering.
Like all of the saxophone lessons for our Members, I break the song down into smaller pieces and then slow it all down. We work through each component and get it right before moving on to the next section. And the Cheat Sheet makes it easier too !
The full version of this saxophone lesson inside the Members Area runs for 23 minutes.
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