I’m a huge fan of “beautiful melodies” to play on saxophone. They are a great way to develop your skills and fun to share with others.
A few weeks back I was playing around with a fun arrangement of the classic melody by Rodrigo – “Concierto de Aranjuez”:
I had so many requests from Sax School members for lessons on this tune – that I have now created them!
The new lessons inside Sax School this week:
To make learning easy, I’ve created a pair of lessons each for alto and tenor saxophone. In these lessons you’ll learn the melody for Concierto de Aranjuez in easy steps.
Plus, you get a free backing track you can use to practice and perform with!
Sax School members: Log in now and check out these lessons.
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