Rob Hughes/Paul Harvey: Free To Solo - Alto Saxophone

Rob Hughes/Paul Harvey: Free To Solo - Alto Saxophone

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Media: Sheet Music, CD
Arrangement: Alto Saxophone (ASAX)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Series: Free To Solo
Catalogue #: ED13374
ISBN: 9781847612458


Free To Solo is a unique publication designed to be a fun play-along book for students who want to enjoy soloing freely, instead of having to cope with too many scale changes. With interesting heads, and long open sections, the tunes encourage creativity over the inspiring contemporary material. Free to Solo is suitable for intermediate students seeking a challenge as well as more advanced players requiring additional material to explore.

On the included CD there are 'minus one' tracks to play along with as well as complete performance versions of all the instruments in the series (Alto / Tenor sax, Flute / Violin, Clarinet, Trumpet, Guitar and Trombone), so that the reader can draw upon different interpretations of the improvised material.

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Sandy Beds GB
Gets to the point about improvisation. Not so much theory as say Taylor's improvisation book Amazing Phrasing but lots of practical advice. In other words it is an accessible book. I like the way the authors give advice on the scales one could use for improvising
As with many improvisation books I have, a more detailed tips advice list and how to overcome snags with chord progression id required. But as these and other authors explain, the training of the ear is vital. Lots of practice should enable me overcome this hurdle
Confirmed purchase: 12 November 2015
Published on: 19 November 2015

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 22/07/2011
Format: Backing Tracks
Length: 32 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Schott Music
Editor: Rob Hughes; Paul Harvey

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