Jazz Blues Favorites - Tenor Saxophone

Books and Digital Audio | Tenor Saxophone

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Solo arrangements of a dozen jazz blues tunes are featured in this collection for beginning to intermediate instrumentalists.

It features online access to audio demonstration tracks for download or streaming to help you hear how the song should sound and so you can sound great while playing along with the backing tracks!

Songs include Basin Street Blues, C-Jam Blues, Freddie Freeloader, Night Train, One for Daddy-O, The Swingin' Shepherd Blues, Tenor Madness and more.

The audio is accessed online using the unique code inside each book and can be streamed or downloaded. The audio files include PLAYBACK+, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right.

ISBN: 9781495053382
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 14 September 2017
No of pages: 16
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00154485

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          Scores 8.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
          9 out of 10


          Sandy Beds GB Still trying
          Lovely numbers chosen, accessible for intermediate players
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          Confirmed purchase: 27 November 2017
          Published on: 20 January 2018
          8 out of 10


          Navenby GB
          The music is fairly simple to play and can be used as is by beginners. more experienced players can also use this book with their own improvisation added.
          All in all a good book.
          The backing track demo is a pinger rather than someone playing the sax part. This dos not provide the rythem and tone variations needed to play these tunes correctly. A quick visit to youtube fixes that when you listen to the originals.
          Confirmed purchase: 02 October 2017
          Published on: 21 October 2017

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