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by John Robert Brown




Anyone who plays saxophone--from session players to intermediate students and absolute beginners--will find a wealth of instruction and inspiration in this comprehensive and easy-to-use guide. Using exercises, musical excerpts, scales, and clear explanations, veteran saxophone instructor, John Robert Brown covers the topics every sax player should learn, including: how to play chords, from major and minor to combind chord patterns and diminshed scales, how to sight-read, how to play in any rhythmic style, whether in jazz or rock, how to master advanced techniques including high-note fingering and lip glissando, how to produce he best sound from your sax.Whether you are picking up a horn for the first time or are a regular on the performace scene, How to Play Saxophone will prove to be an invaluable tutor, supplementing your private lessons, refreshing your skills, and providing all the expert musical information you need to help you progress as a player.
Download How to Play Saxophone: Everything You Need to Know to Play the Saxophone epub
ISBN: 0312104774
ISBN13: 978-0312104771
Category: Photography
Subcategory: Music
Author: John Robert Brown
Language: English
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (December 15, 1993)
Pages: 80 pages
ePUB size: 1916 kb
FB2 size: 1610 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 725
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luisRED
This was a gift for a friend, and he said it was a little too hard for beginners...Saxophone for Dummies would have been a better pick.
Ger
The book was not very detailed or structured for beginners. This book would have been better had it broke down the saxophone play by play.
Zinnthi
I picked up this book, and I am very dissappointed. It doesn't have much organization nor aim for what level it wants to teach. Some of the stuff is very easy; other parts are difficult. But it's not presented in any kind of order, so first-timers will get very intimidated, while experienced players will get next to nothing, provided they have the patience to mine for the information. A detailed table of contents and subject breaks would have helped tremendously.
Wizard
My only comment is the fact that this book is not for beginners. The title is very misleading. In the preface it is described as a book for a second or third year student.
Iseared
did not receiv it as off yet. Would like to have my money back