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Aebersold for Everyone - Alto Sax/Baritone Sax

By Jamey Aebersold

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Jazz ensemble alto saxophone and baritone saxophone - Grade 3
Composed by Jamey Aebersold. Arranged by Peter Blair. Jazz. Partbook. Heritage Music Press #60/1166H. Published by Heritage Music Press (LO.60-1166H).

Item Number: LO.60-1166H

This collection features eight complete arrangements for very flexible instrumentation that correlate with selected tracks from Aebersold Play Along Volumes #1 (How To Play Jazz), #24 (Major and Minor), #57 (Minor Blues) and #88 (Millenium Blues). This music can be used by any and all wind and string students for both performance and study. The students may rehearse using Jamey's play along tracks, or with their own rhythm section. All the rhythm section parts are fully notated and include chord symbols. The Teacher's Guide/Score is designed for the person with little or no jazz or improvisation skills and includes extensive rehearsal suggestions and "ideas for improv" for each piece.

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    NYC
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • April 09, 2012 Aebersold for a few

    I played as a kid and getting back into it after 50 years. I have Volume 1 (too much info to absorb all at once). The first 2 arrangements in this book refer to tracks in volume 1; the others require you to get Volumes 24,57 and 88. This...

    shows a lack of consistency. What is missing is a CD demonstrating what this would sound like played by a professional. It is hard to get a "feeling" for music if all you get is background music. Some of Aebersold have it, some don't. THis helps developing an ear for the flow of piece, but is unfortunately missing here.

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