Great Sax Solos Ep. 2 Hallelujah I Love Her So! – Better Sax
Hallelujah I Love Her So

Great Sax Solos Ep. 2 Hallelujah I Love Her So!

Hallelujah I Love Her So!

In this lesson, we’re going to dive in to the Don Wilkerson solo on the Ray Charles recording of “Hallelujah I Love Her So!”

I’ve been a huge of fan of Ray Charles’ music since I was a kid. His music has had a big impact on my playing. Plus, there are a ton of fantastic saxophone solos on his records. Don Wilkerson is featured on several Ray Charles albums. He even has a few solo records out too.

You can download the pdf transcription for “Hallelujah I Lover Her So!” sax solo in the BetterSax Shed. There are lots of other free saxophone lesson downloads and backing tracks in the Shed for you if you need something to work on and practice. Go ahead and sign up, it’s Free!

Take a look at the video above for the complete walk through of “Hallelujah I Love Her So!”

Looking to learn more solos? Here is another classic: Billy Joel’s “New York State of Mind.”

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As the founder of Jay’s mission is to help developing saxophone players break away from traditional music learning methods and discover a more efficient, practical and fun way to become a Better Sax player. The BetterSax YouTube channel’s videos have been watched by millions and thousands of students have made meaningful progress on their instrument thanks to BetterSax courses.

Jay Metcalf


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