Pam Wedgwood: After Hours For E-Flat Saxophone And Piano (Book/CD)

Books and CDs | Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone

Publisher: Faber Music
Composer: Pam Wedgwood
Series: After Hours
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

After Hours comprises eight laid back jazzy pieces for E-flat Saxophone and Piano, composed by Pam Wedgwood. Covering a variety of styles from cosy dinner jazz to wistful blues and more upbeat numbers, this is the perfect way to wind down after a stressful day!

The accompanying CD contains two tracks for each piece in this book: the first track is a full performance of the piece, allowing you to hear how it should sound and be played; and the second is a recording of the backing only, giving you the opportunity to play-along yourself, without the need for an accompanist!

The solo E-flat saxophone part is also included on a separate insert. Also for ABRSM examinations for Alto Sax grade 5.

ISBN: 9780571522668
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 32
Language: English, French, German
Catalogue No: 0571522661

          Pam Wedgwood: After Hours For E-Flat Saxophone And Piano (Book/CD) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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          Scores 8.7 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
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          Sudbury GB
          This book contains a lovely selection of bluesy jazz numbers. The backing CD is a good quality arrangement which heightens the playing the playing experience.
          It would be nice to have just one or two slightly faster swung jazz styles in the book.
          Confirmed purchase: 30 March 2015
          Published on: 13 April 2015

          Musicroom Reviews

          I love anything by Pam Wedgewood - and this collection is no exception. A range of music, jazzy and bluesy, as well as up beat and fun to play. The CD is a real bonus.
          Anonymous - (Gateshead, United Kingdom)
          All original compositions - nothing too earth shattering but pleasant enough to play through. A couple of them are quite nicely done. Not perhaps something that you will go back to again and again but okay to play through now & then for a change. Grade 5 to 6 players should manage this without too much difficulty - Grade 7 to 8 will find it easy.
          Anonymous - (Wirksworth, United Kingdom)
          Good variety of tunes, styles and arrangements make it worthwhile spending the time learning them.
          Anonymous - (Lockerbie, United Kingdom)
          Good relaxing pieces play, not sure on the use of a Vibraphone on the full instrumental pieces, found it off-putting and hard to get the full feel of a "Saxophone piece"!
          Anonymous - (Lancing, United Kingdom)

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