Solos For The Alto Saxophone Player (Ed. Larry Teal)

Books | Alto Saxophone

Catalogue No: GS33058
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Although many outstanding composers have written for the saxophone, its comparatively late invention leaves a great void in its literature - namely that of pre-20th Century music. If the saxophonist wishes to perform this music, he must turn to transcriptions, and that is what we find in this volume.

Selected and edited by Larry Teal, always with the qualities and limitations of the instrument in mind, these pieces for Alto Saxophone with Piano accompaniment, range in era and style from Haydn to Granados.

Selected for the ABRSM Alto and Baritone examinations grades 6 and 7.

ISBN: 9780793525850
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 74
Language: English
Publisher: G. Schirmer
 
     
       
         

          Solos For The Alto Saxophone Player (Ed. Larry Teal) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

          Quality of content
          8.5
          Value for money
          8.7
          Overall rating
          8.0
          Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
          9 out of 10

          Nicola

          Guildford GB
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          Good selection of classical music for alto saxophone with piano part.
          Reviewer left no comment
          Confirmed purchase: 05 June 2017
          Published on: 24 June 2017
          6 out of 10

          Katrina

          Bi stead isle of Wight GB Amateur Saxophonist
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          Pieces are different from the many pieces you find elsewhere and more full is not full versions.
          Some are more obscure
          Confirmed purchase: 16 July 2015
          Published on: 01 August 2015

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          5
          Interesting selection of pieces, providing a bit of cahallenge to an intermediate player.
          Anonymous - (Stroud, United Kingdom)
          5
          Pieces are around Grade 4 - 5 according to my tutor. Not for the faint hearted but the pieces reward the effort put into playing them and the range of composers is so wide that there is plenty variety to maintain your interest
          Anonymous - (Lockerbie, United Kingdom)

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