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A transcription of Sonny Stitt's tenor saxophone solo on Lester Leaps In from his 1963 album, Now! For the C's with the ° symbol, finger a low C and play the overtone. For the D's and Eb's with the ° symbol, either add the palm keys for their upper octave fingering to the regular fingering or play the palm key fingering without the octave key. Lester Leaps In. Description: This great tune by legendary saxophonist Lester Young is a simple and familiar melody that lends itself to many well known jazz quotes and licks. A tenor sax solo is written out and the lead trumpet range is written to G on top of the staff. A q = 228 Tenor Saxophone Lester Young's Solo on Recorded September 5, 1939, NYC Transcription by Jason Stillman Lester Leaps In C Jazz improvisation. Click here for lesson 19. I’ve finally completed lesson 19 of jazz improvisation, so you can now download it. This new 30 minute video shows you how to reharmonise a lead sheet and employ substitute chords to make for a more creative solo. The last clip is of my community jazz band performing Lester Leaps In by Gordon Goodwin. Like any community jazz band, sometimes we sound almost pro and sometimes not so much. This clip isn't to bad, and I am playing lead. His personnel around 1937 included: Lester Young and Herschel Evans (tenor sax), Freddie Green (guitar), Jo Jones (drums), Walter Page (bass), Earle Warren (alto sax), Buck Clayton and Harry Edison (trumpet), Benny Morton and Dickie Wells (trombone).