Tipbook Saxophone

Tipbook Saxophone

Book - 2002
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The Tipbook Series books are handy, accessible, thorough and convenient guides for players who want to get the most out of their instrument. They are written in collaboration with and proofread by musicians, teachers, technicians and other experts - for beginners, students and advanced players. Features include: lessons, teachers and practicing * all jargon explained * basic background information * price indications * the history and the family of the instrument * and more. The sax book teaches you how to select an instrument and provides helpful tips on buying mouthpieces, necks, reeds and more. "For good, sound, well-written advice that is free of equipment or stylistic politics, this Tipbook is well worth its bargain price. Recommended for saxophone teachers and students, regardless of level." (David Demsey, The Saxophone Journal) "Excellent for either quick reference, trouble-shooting or top-up information for the most hardened saxophone devotee ... Very informative." (Winds) "This book is a really delightful surprise ... Even advanced players may find some interesting tidbits, and the beginner and intermediate player will certainly profit from this book and its associate website, as well as band directors and teachers." (Harri Rautiainen, Sax on the Web) "Very comprehensive, detailed and yet accessible; valuable for both teachers and players." (Australian Music Teacher Magazine)
Publisher: Netherlands : Tipbook Company ; Milwaukee, Wis. : Distributed exclusively by the Hal Leonard Corporation, 2002
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9789076192338
Branch Call Number: 788.7 P655t 2002
Characteristics: ix, 132 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Saxophone


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