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Sue Terry

Video Link Why Your Music Is Important
Sweet Sue speaks about working on your music, and gives insights into both teaching and learning.
Video Link Reality Sax
Young saxophonist Doug Wong traveled to New York City to take a jazz saxophone lesson from "Sweet" Sue Terry. Sweet Sue is an international performer, recording artist, composer & educator. Check out her books "Practice Like The Pros" (intermediate/advanced), "Step One-Alto Sax", "Step One-Tenor Sax" and "Step One-Clarinet" (beginner). All books come with CDs. You can find Sweet Sue's albums on iTunes, Rhapsody, E Music and more. Sue Terry is a Yamaha Artist, Clinician for Hal Leonard Corp. & ABRSM, a regular columnist for the Jazz Improv Magazine quarterly, and a voting member of the Recording Academy (Grammy Awards.) She's played with Art Blakey, Hilton Ruiz, Clifford Jordan, Al Jarreau, Dr. John, Chaka Khan, Charli Persip, George Duke & many more. Her discography contains over 40 recordings. YOU TOO can study with Sue--on Skype! See for details.
Video Link Using the Keyboard in Your Practice Sessions
"Sweet" Sue Terry demonstrates how to use the keyboard in your practice sessions--for horn players and vocalists. As she says, "minimal keyboard skills can pay off for you big time."
Video Link "Sweet" Sue Terry Live at COTA Jazz Fest '06
"Sweet" Sue Terry, saxophone; Saul Rubin, guitar; Leon Lee Dorsey, bass; Vincent Ector, drums; Renato Thoms, percussion
Event "Sweet" Sue Terry & Nelson Hill at COTA Jazz Fest (Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania, from Sep 12, 2009 12:00 PM to Sep 13, 2009 11:00 PM)
The Magic Touch, feat. "Sweet" Sue Terry & Nelson Hill on saxes, with Jesse Green, Evan Gregor & Bill Goodwin on Saturday Sept. 12 at 1 p.m.
Event "Sweet" Sue Terry Trio at Wall St Jazz Fest in Kingston NY (Wall Street, Kingston, NY, from Sep 05, 2009 05:00 PM to Sep 05, 2009 10:30 PM)
Sue performs at 8 p.m., accompanied by Peggy Stern, piano and Rich Syracuse, bass.
Artist Terry, "Sweet" Sue
Review What They're Saying About Sweet Sue
Performance Review Hilton Ruiz at Dizzy's Club, Jazz at Lincoln Center
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