Guest Spot: Ballads Playalong For Saxophone

Books and CDs | Alto Saxophone

Publisher: Music Sales
Series: Guest Spot
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Ten beautiful ballads for alto saxophone in melody line arrangements by Jack Long. Step into the spotlight and play along with the superb backing tracks on the specially recorded CD.
ISBN: 9780711962613
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: AM941809
 
     
       
         
           
             

              Guest Spot: Ballads Playalong For Saxophone reviews verified by reevooReevoo

              Quality of content
              9.5
              Value for money
              9.0
              Overall rating
              8.5
              Scores 8.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
              9 out of 10

              joyce

              Nuneaton GB
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              Great selection of songs
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              Confirmed purchase: 31 July 2015
              Published on: 14 August 2015

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              5
              Another great book and CD in the series for musicians to playing along with who do not have the benefit of playing in a band
              Anonymous - (Dorking, United Kingdom)
              3
              This is a pleasant play-along book. The songs are nice, requiring a wide range of abilities. I was new to the sax when I bought it, and it served me well, enabling me to play songs almost instantly, but having to work hard for others. However, I have one complaint. I assumed I would also be able to use the book to play along with actual songs as they were originally sung, but these transcriptions are not in the original keys.
              Chris Gooderham - (Worcestershire)
              3
              On first impressions, everything about this book will get you excited to play it. But hold back, as it is not as good as it seems. Most of the saxophone backing tracks leave you feeling let down as the CD arrangements aren't particulary fantastic.
              Anonymous - (Zhuhai, China)

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