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Fifteen pieces for Alto Saxophone and Piano selected and edited by Paul Harris and Beverley Calland. Includes works by Gershwin, Brubeck, Joplin and Debussy.
A fantastic set of four toe-tapping pieces for all Saxophonists with a taste for the smooth grooves of Latin-America.
The Light Touch is a fabulous collection of graded pieces for Alto Saxophone and Piano. There are five glorious examples of Light saxophone music in various styles all of which are characterised by the light touch!
A book of 20 studies for either alto or tenor saxophone. Each study deals with a particular aspect of rhythmic playing ranging from jazz, rock and funk to contemporary classical.
Heat, passion, sensuality and pulsating rhythm are the very life blood of Latin America, an exotic world superbly encapsulated in these stunning arrangements for intermediate-level saxophone with simple piano parts.
Seven pieces arranged for alto or tenor saxophone by Sidney Lawton with piano accompaniment.
The second volume of Alto Sax pieces for Christopher Norton's Microjazz Collection. Alto Sacxophone and Piano accompaniment.
Can you imagine playing music that moves and thrills you, music that makes you want to practice? Well, imagine no longer! This collection combines the best elements of many styles: Rock, Pop, Classical, Latin, Jazz, Folk, and more!
From the Suite in B minor, arranged for Alto Saxophone and Piano.
A set of studies that explore the world of musical styles, from Classical to Rock and everything in between!
These studies will help to introduce the player to rhythmic and melodic studies not normally encountered in traditional teaching methods.