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31 Melodies for Saxophone

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by Makis Merlos
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31 Melodies for Saxophone by Makis Merlos

The book "31 tunes for saxophone 1" is for beginners on the instrument of saxophone (tenor and alto)and includes 31 simple tunes for beginners with piano accompaniment. The book follows the progress of the student. On the cd that is embedded in the book is also included the piano alone, so that the student is able to play along. The compositions of the pieces belong to the composer Makis Merlos, a professor in contemporary music instruments piano, saxophone, drums and leading voice, Director of the Conservatory Sychroni Apopsi. Recognizing the deficiencies in terms of the repertoire for the instrument of the saxophone, he created a series of musical pieces ranging from the novice class. Issue 2 will be followed by more advanced students

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Ebook Details
Size: 1.5 MB
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781312726222 (DRM-EPUB)

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