#1
say i want to cover a song (we will fall together by streetlight manifesto) is it possible to get music for the winds or do i have to figure it out all by ear ugh that wouldnt be fun.....
#2
Winds? As in woodwinds? I've never heard woodwinds in ska.

But yeah, you'll probably have to figure it out by ear. Or maybe you can get someone who plays a woodwind instrument to figure it out. They'll probably have an easier time distinguishing the individual instruments in the section.
#3
Yeah, they aren't winds. Closest brass to a wind is the sax cause it uses a reed.

Anyways, sorry, can't help you find sheet music for it =/
#4
yea winds are any instrument that uses wind a woodwind is like sax clarinet etc....but there is a sax in streetlight manifesto
#5
Man I like ska but I always hate all those trumpets and crap.
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#6
Saxes are woodwinds.

And try horn tabs.

It's like doing it by ear but they give you note names to help you.

's how I learned to play the head melody to "Saint Thomas" on trombone.
#7
Try using the chords and scales in the guitar tabs to help figure out the horn parts.

Also, moved to tab talk.
#8
I suggest horntabs.net ....... It's a really good archive, like the UG for the brass world, and also covers saxophone as well....
Last edited by lessthan22fish at Oct 27, 2008,
#9
Quote by axeslash
Man I like ska but I always hate all those trumpets and crap.

O I GET IT
#10
If you want to play ska, find some people who play those instruments found in a ska band.