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Really Easy Saxophone: Favourite Film Songs

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Our Price: £10.95    Change Currency
Media: Sheet Music, CD
Arrangement: Alto Saxophone (ASAX)
Skill Level: Easy - Explain this
Series: Really Easy Saxophone
Catalogue #: AM998503
ISBN: 9781849382243


Complete with song background notes, and playing hints and tips. A total of sixteen songs from popular family films for Saxophone, in really easy melody line arrangements.

Have fun playing along with the specially recorded CD for a more professional performance.

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Customer Rating Backing music is generally ok, it is piano backing and could be better as some of the songs are hard to hear the original tune.

One song needs re-writing as it is written in a different key to the backing music.

Customer Rating Good set of well known tunes and printable piano parts that include the sax line. The sax arrangements are not too difficult for someone with limited experience but the challenge (for me anyway) is playing accurately with the accompaniment.

Customer Rating A very good book

More Product Details

Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 02/03/2010
Format: Backing Tracks
Length: 32 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Wise Publications
Arranger: Paul Honey
Editor: Oliver Miller

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