Guest Spot: Sixties Hits Playalong For Alto Saxophone

Books and CDs | Alto Saxophone

Publisher: Wise Publications
Series: Guest Spot
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Step into the spotlight and play along with the superb backing tracks on the specially recorded CD. Includes sixties hits by Van Morrison, The Beach Boys and Louis Armstrong.

Ten fantastic arrangements of popular sixties hits arranged for Alto Saxophone. The Guest Spot books include a practical playing guide and a CD of backing tracks and accompaniments to play along with. There is a full performance version of the music on the first set of tracks and the Alto Saxophone part is then omitted from the second set, allowing you to play along with the recorded accompaniments.
ISBN: 9781846098475
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 23 January 2007
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: AM988691

            Guest Spot: Sixties Hits Playalong For Alto Saxophone reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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            Scores 8.6 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
            8 out of 10


            Guest spot always have great backing tracks and achievable tunes. Several from this book will be going in my regular practice
            The guest spot range has a lot of repetition of tunes in different books
            Confirmed purchase: 28 December 2017
            Published on: 04 February 2018
            9 out of 10


            Surrey GB
            Lots of upbeat tunes. Each one as good as the next.
            Confirmed purchase: 04 October 2016
            Published on: 21 October 2016
            8 out of 10


            Always like guest spot compilations. It's time they released a couple more!
            Reviewer left no comment
            Confirmed purchase: 13 June 2016
            Published on: 22 September 2016

            Musicroom Reviews

            brilliant choice of songs and the quality of the backing tracks are superb ten out of ten
            Anonymous - (Middlesbrough, United Kingdom)

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