Technique of the Saxophone - Volume 2: Chord Studies (Woodwind Method)
|Rating||:||4.46 (729 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||176 Pages|
"Exceptionally helpful book" according to R. MAY. A challenging and wonderful book. My saxophone teacher said it changed his professional career in many ways. Basically, chord exercises in each key, with the type of exercise repeated through the keys, and additional exercises at the end of the book. Great not only for musical knowledge, but for using/applying that gained knowledge and for flexibility with the instrument.A bit dry, but melody is not part of this book's charter.. "Four Stars" according to donman. Great book & recommend. Don Smith said Super book. This book is NOT for the first year sax player but terrific for the more experienced sax player. Certainly one of the finest, least boring, exercise books out there. Can move you out of intermediate stage if played daily. Don S.
It includes innovative exercises and solos that will help sax players learn melody, harmony, rhythm and improvisation techniques.. (Woodwind Method). This follow-up edition presents a continuation and expansion of the techniques presented in Scale Studies, with a special emphasis on chordal concepts