This performance of “Vocalise” by Rachmaninoff is from a brand new lesson in Sax School for alto and tenor sax.
About the Introduction to Classical Saxophone Mini-Course
I’m a big fan of practicing classical melodies on my saxophone because they are a brilliant way to really focus on your embouchure, tone and expression. So, I created this Mini-Course for Sax School members to give students a structured way to approach these skills.
What’s inside the classical course?
The Introduction to Classical Saxophone Mini-Course walks you step-by-step through learning a collection of beautiful melodies. We also discuss ways to focus on specific skills like tone, tuning and expression through the process of learning the tunes.
To make things even better, you also get a backing track and worksheet so you have everything you need to perform these tunes yourself!
Want to find out more?
Check out Sax School membership here: https://www.mcgillmusic.com/
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