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Take your band program to the next level!
A comprehensive method for jazz style and improvisation for B-flat tenor saxophonists.
A wide range of intermediate to advanced studies for making you a better tenor saxophone player.
After mastering the Level 2-3 tenor sax pieces in this Top Praise & Worship Instrument Solos book & CD guide,...
More method, theory, tips, and tenor saxophone exercises in a detailed book/CD combo.
Once you have a good grasp on the basics of playing tenor saxophone, it’s likely you’ll want to start learning some of your favorite saxophone genres and solos. There are method books available tailored to your skill level so you can advance your practice and be ready for any performances or impromptu jam sessions that come up. Saxophone method books come in either beginner, intermediate or advanced. For beginners, options like the Hal Leonard Essential Elements Jazz or Alfred Classic Festival Solos are the perfect way to get to know your tenor sax and to try out different styles of playing. The notations are easy to understand and allow you to further learn the saxophones musical language. Trying out some solos allows you to go beyond the scales you have been getting to know through practice. Intermediate sax players will enjoy a greater range of possibilities with the method books available to them here. From worship songs to concert band compositions to big band expressions, there are a great number of sax musical styles to try out. Having a method book that deals with the specifics of these musical styles allows you to add to your abilities, making you an even more versatile musician.
Advanced sax musicians can also benefit from method books as they are a means to expanding your musical horizons. Say you’ve always performed jazz material but are interested in trying out some big band styles. Well, you simply have to pick up an option like the Alfred First Division Band Method
Book 3 and you’ll be on your way to becoming an expert. These books provide you with all the specifics you need to master a musical style.
Tenor saxophone teachers will also enjoy the range of method books available to their students. Having a method book to accompany your teaching gives you the benefit of being able to assign compositions for practice and leaves room for you to add notes, tips and tricks. Your student will well be on their way to success with the addition of a method book.
Having a method book to use as you learn is a great way to keep your practice focused. After many years of research into teaching and learning styles, the creators of the material know exactly what it takes to be a successful saxophonist. You can easily advance your skills with one of the options available.