Saxophone Lessons for Beginners: Teach Yourself How to Play Saxophone (Free Video Available)
Teach yourself how to play saxophone with our easy saxophone lessons for beginners.
***Comes with online access to free sax videos and audio for all examples. See and hear how each one is played by a teacher, then play along. Also includes music score and saxophone animation for easy music learning.***
"I spent a lot of time to find a good book for my alto saxophone lesson. This book let me know how I can play it. You don't need to waste time to find another book. Just buy it and start now. [It] has good design and you can see clearly to learn." - JIN [Amazon]
Progressive Beginner Saxophone contains all you need to know to start learning to be a great saxophone player - in one easy-to-follow, lesson-by-lesson saxophone tutorial. Suitable for all ages and all types of saxophones including alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, and baritone saxophone. No prior knowledge of how to read music or saxaphone lessons is required to teach yourself to learn to play saxophone from this book.
• How to play alto sax, how to play tenor sax, how to play soprano sax, or how to play bari sax
• How to play saxophone notes, scales, riffs and melodies
• All the fundamental techniques of saxophone playing including posture and breathing techniques
• Practical saxophone theory for learning how to read saxophone music for beginners
• Saxophone tips and saxophone tricks that every player should know when learning saxophone including the basics for how to improvise on saxophone
• Shortcuts for how to learn saxophone fast by getting the most from practice sessions
Contains everything you need to know to learn to play the saxophone today.
• Progressive step-by-step easy beginners saxophone lessons written by a professional saxophone teacher
• Easy-to-read saxophone music
• Photos and saxophone fingering diagrams for all saxophone notes
• 70+ saxophone exercises, beginner saxophone songs and popular easy saxophone music in rock saxophone, blues saxophone and jazz saxophone styles
Beginner saxophone lessons have never been this easy for anyone who wants to learn how to play the saxophone, fast.
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12 Bar Blues Ab7 G7 Cm add the octave bar line Bb note begin Blues scale breath marks Breathing Exercise cork D7 Gm diaphragm different notes Dm7 Cm7 Dm7 Dotted Half Note Dotted Quarter Note Eb instrument eBook eighth note triplets Eighth Rest electronic tuner embouchure example contains flat sign following example Four Time Signature G major G note Gm F Gm Gm7 Fm7 Gm7 higher note improvising indicated instruments e.g. Jazz key of G key signature lead-in notes learned left thumb lips and facial low register Maior major scale melody middle register natural sign note Bb note F Note LESSON note written numbers octave key pitch play a note play the higher play the note players reed riff saxophone scale degrees Second Endings semitone sharp sign sharps or flats slur song Staccato Swing Rhythms tone tongue Transposing Instrument treble clef treble staff Whole Note