Guest Spot: Seventies Hits For Alto Saxophone

Books and CDs | Alto Saxophone

Publisher: Wise Publications
Series: Guest Spot
Format: Audio / Video | Backing Tracks
ISBN: 9781846099113
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 12 March 2007
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: AM989208
 
     
       

        Musicroom Reviews

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        3
        A lot of good tunes in this. It's such a pity though when the backing track includes a sax doing a riff when parto of the joy of playing the piece would be attempting the riff yourself. No chords to help with improvisation but then this is the set up with this series. Don't know why since 'Take the Lead' series offer chords which allows both beginner and intermediate players some leeway.
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)
        5
        Good selection, that's why I bought it, great sound from CD, some easy, some challenging but then I'm only into my second year of learning the alto sax. Good party pieces though, might try them out on my family this summer.....bet they can't wait.
        Anonymous - (Manchester, United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent, highly recommended
        Anonymous - (Burton-on-Trent, United Kingdom)
        5
        A great book with some terrific and memorable tunes in it such as Bowie's "Life On Mars", Gerry Rafferty's classic "Baker Street" and, my personal favourite in this book, Chicago's "If You Leave Me Now". Guaranteed to keep you returning to its pages long after you've mastered the music.
        Anonymous - (Christchurch, Dorset, UK)
        5
        My daughter has found some great saxophone tunes in this book.
        Anonymous - (Worcester, United Kingdom)
        3
        A lot of good tunes in this. It's such a pity though when the backing track includes a sax doing a riff when parto of the joy of playing the piece would be attempting the riff yourself. No chords to help with improvisation but then this is the set up with this series. Don't know why since 'Take the Lead' series offer chords which allows both beginner and intermediate players some leeway.
        Anonymous - (United Kingdom)

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