Basic Jazz Conception for Saxophone Vol 2 (Volume 2) by Lennie Niehaus

By Lennie Niehaus

One of many world's preferred jazz etude books; well known as the etudes are hip and enjoyable to play. extremely popular between lecturers! Designed for sax yet compatible for all tools. This quantity, a continuation of Vol. 1, includes 12 effortless point workouts and 10 etudes. Like quantity 1, it encompasses a CD with a rythm part enjoying every one etude in 3 keys, so Eb, Bb, and C tools can play with a tune of their key (so they might not need to transpose from the book).

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