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James Rae: Introducing the Saxophone

  • for saxophone
  • Composer: James Rae
  • Table of contents:
    Description of the Instrument
    Assembling the Instrument
    The Embouchure and Producing the First Sounds
    The Language of Music
    Practice
    Lesson One: The First Note - B
    Lesson Two: New Note - A
    Lesson Three: New Note - G
    Lesson Four: New Note - C
    Lesson Five: Slurs
    Lesson Six: New Note - D
    Using the Octave Key
    Lesson Seven: New Note - E
    Lesson Eight: New Note - F#
    Lesson Nine: New Note - C#
    Lesson Ten: Quavers
    Lesson Eleven: New Notes - F und Bb
    Lesson Twelve: New NOtes - G, A, B and C
    Lesson Thirteen: New Note - F#
    Lesson Fourteen: New Notes - Low E, D and C
    Lesson Fifteen: New Notes - C# and D
    Lesson sixteen: New Note - G#
    Lesson Seventeen: New Note - D#, Compound Time
    Lesson Eighteen: New Notes - Low Bb, Eb and Top Bb
    Lesson Nineteen: New Note - Low B
    Semiquavers
    Staccato
    Lesson Twenty: New Note - Low C#
    Triplets
    Lesson Twenty-one: New Note - Top Eb
    Lesson Twenty-two: New Note - Top E and F
    Lesson Twenty-three: The Chromatic Scale
    Lesson Twenty-four: Trills, Acciaccaturas and Mordents
    Lesson Twenty-five: Swing Quavers
    A Glossary of Common Musical Terms
    Popular Melodies in Duet Form
    Fingering Chart
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James Rae: Introducing the Saxophone for alto or tenor saxophone | UE17390

The tutor using a classical approach to music in modern styles

  • Edition type: Sheet music with CD
  • Series: Introducing Saxophone
  • Grade: 1-3
  • Languages: English
  • Edition: Englische Version (Deutsche Version erhältlich als UE31499)
  • Edition info: The saxophone tutor in modern styles. The CD is compatible only for alto Saxophone.
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-0918-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-06181-3
€22.50
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Description

This hugely successful tutor for alto saxophone was the first of its kind providing the complete beginner with material in popular styles yet allowing for a sound musical development along traditional lines. The CD of accompaniments helps to build confidence both in lessons and at home.


• Original tunes in popular styles motivating pupils right from the start, each with an optional duet part for the teacher
• Studies and exercises to develop technique
• Well-known tunes in duet form
• Clear fingering diagrams
• The CD is compatible only for alto Saxophone

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Contents

  • Description of the Instrument
  • Assembling the Instrument
  • The Embouchure and Producing the First Sounds
  • The Language of Music
  • Practice
  • Lesson One: The First Note - B
  • Lesson Two: New Note - A
  • Lesson Three: New Note - G
  • Lesson Four: New Note - C
  • Lesson Five: Slurs
  • Lesson Six: New Note - D; Using the Octave Key
  • Lesson Seven: New Note - E
  • Lesson Eight: New Note - F#
  • Lesson Nine: New Note - C#
  • Lesson Ten: Quavers
  • Lesson Eleven: New Notes - F und Bb
  • Lesson Twelve: New NOtes - G, A, B and C
  • Lesson Thirteen: New Note - F#
  • Lesson Fourteen: New Notes - Low E, D and C
  • Lesson Fifteen: New Notes - C# and D
  • Lesson sixteen: New Note - G#
  • Lesson Seventeen: New Note - D#, Compound Time
  • Lesson Eighteen: New Notes - Low Bb, Eb and Top Bb
  • Lesson Nineteen: New Note - Low B; Semiquavers; Staccato
  • Lesson Twenty: New Note - Low C#; Triplets
  • Lesson Twenty-one: New Note - Top Eb
  • Lesson Twenty-two: New Note - Top E and F
  • Lesson Twenty-three: The Chromatic Scale
  • Lesson Twenty-four: Trills, Acciaccaturas and Mordents
  • Lesson Twenty-five: Swing Quavers
  • A Glossary of Common Musical Terms
  • Popular Melodies in Duet Form
  • Fingering Chart

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