"It's absolutely brilliant! I am really enjoying the tunes and found it has inspired me to practise more than ever."
- Andrew McClearie
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What do you get when you buy this new, exciting book? Instant access to:
- Demo tracks
- Demo videos
- Backing tracks
How do you get it all? Instant download directly to your computer, tablet or phone. OR, you can access everything on this website whenever you like, so no waiting for postage!
Why buy it? Because it's brilliant and you'll have loads of fun playing these tunes! So go on, get stuck in!
"I have been playing the tunes on tenor and baritone saxophones and really like them...they're going round in my head all of the time at the moment!"
- Dean Howard
More About The Book
Cool Jazz Studies, volume 1 is a new, exciting book of 10 original cool, jazz study pieces.
With sheet music for both Bb and Eb saxophones, the repertoire is open to all saxophonists.
The skill level of the pieces ranges approximately from ABRSM grade 3-5.
Accompanying backing tracks, demo tracks and demo videos for each of the 10 tunes make this a truly user friendly book!
If you like the cool, bluesy saxophone sound, as well as tunes with more of a jazz swing feel, then this book will be perfect for you.
"These original compositions really helped to focus my reading skills - thoroughly enjoyable!"
- Andy Neesham
Start1 - New Blues (1:53)
Start2 - Something Good (1:20)
Start3 - Blues Too (1:40)
Start4 - Desmond's Dance (1:38)
Start5 - Soul Flight (2:12)
Start6 - Jonah's Jig (1:27)
Preview7 - Minor D.I. (1:18)
Start8 - Zachary's Bounce (1:28)
Start9 - Offshore Sax (1:15)
Start10 - What You Need (1:56)
"Played with you on the first 4 numbers and was nearly with you - most of the time! Enjoying them immensely."
- Mal Kellett
Meet The Author
Matthew is a UK based saxophonist & educator. He has been playing professional gigs throughout the UK and in Europe since his early teens and has a thriving teaching practice. His pupils' ages range from 8yrs-80yrs, and their standards span from beginner to professional.
In his early career, Matthew got tips and advice from various musicians which really helped him develop his playing. The creation of SAXOPHONE Studies is a way of him continuing this tradition of sharing the knowledge.
For Matthew, music is a vehicle for creativity and expression, because of this he has always been drawn to improvisation, jazz and blues - although, any soulful music has his attention!