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FastTrack Alto Saxophone Method - Book 1

By Blake Neely

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Alto Saxophone, Eb Alto Saxophone
Fast Track Music Instruction. Learn To Play and Play Along. Instructional book (softcover) and examples CD. With instructional text, instructional photos, illustrations, introductory text, fingering chart and standard notation. 48 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.695241).

Item Number: HL.695241

ISBN 0793587131. 9x12 inches.

This saxophone instruction book in the acclaimed FastTrack series teaches beginning sax players: 72 songs and examples; music notation; riffs, scales and keys; rock & blues styles; and much more!

About Fast Track Music Instruction

FastTrack is (you guessed it!) a fast way for beginners to learn to play that instrument they just bought. FastTrack is different from other method books: we've made them user-friendly with plenty of cool songs that make it easy and fun for players to teach themselves. Plus, the last section of all the FastTracks books have the same songs so that students can form a band and jam together.

  • Ta-Da! 
  • You B Jammin' 
  • Tuning to the CD 
  • B 'n' A 
  • Take a Load Off 
  • Rock, Roll, Rest 
  • Three-Note Shuffle 
  • Three-Note Waltz 
  • Sax by the C 
  • C Me Rock 
  • Barcarolle 
  • Merrily We Rock 'n' Roll Along 
  • D-E-F Jam 
  • Blues for My Dog 
  • Down the road 
  • Eighth Notes 
  • Eighth Rest 
  • Rockin' Riff 
  • In the Concert Hall of the Mountain King 
  • Aura Lee 
  • Ode to Joyful Rock 
  • Hip-hop Riff 
  • Private Eye Groove 
  • Bluesy Riff 
  • Add and Take 
  • Good Night, Fans 
  • Yankee Doodle Rock 
  • Swingin' the Old Chariot 
  • Lazy Afternoon 
  • Michael, Rock the Crowd Ashore 
  • When The Saints Go Marching In 
  • Oh, Suzanna 
  • Worried Man Blues 
  • I've Been Rocking on the Railroad 
  • D to C 
  • High D to High C 
  • Rocktaves 
  • Pencil This! 
  • Take Me Onto the Stage, Please 
  • Pack Up Your Troubles 
  • Star-Spangled Banner 
  • C to C to C 
  • G Major Scale 
  • A Minor Scale 
  • F Major Scale 
  • E Minor Scale 
  • D Minor Scale 
  • Red River Rock 
  • Rockin' On Old Smoky 
  • Bach Rock 
  • Little Rock Band 
  • House Of The Rising Sun 
  • Scarborough Fair 
  • C Blues Scale 
  • A Blues Scale 
  • Faster Blues 
  • Glissandi 
  • My Bonnie 
  • Trills 
  • Just Trillin' 
  • My Sunshine 
  • Staccato Funk 
  • Not Quite 
  • Syncopated patterns 
  • Just Right 
  • You've Got a Saxophone in Your Hands 
  • St. James Infirmary 
  • Exit for Freedom 
  • Unplugged Ballad 
  • Billy B. Badd 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    David M.
    Location:
    Nova Scotia Canada
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • May 28, 2012 Fasttrack Alto Sax method

    Time is a limited for me and I have not even held a saxophone previously so I was not expecting too much. I have not had time to listen to the CD as yet but from following the basic instructions, I can at least play one scale. There is obvious...

    hope! Service from the retailer was excellent; good price and speedy shipment to Canada. Thanks

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  • 5

    Roberto Schweitzer
    Location:
    Mogi das Cruzes - São Paulo
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • April 28, 2012 FastTrack Alto Saxophone Method

    Excellent product. I am using and like.

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  • 5

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Philadelphia, PA
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • May 05, 2007 This is the Way to Learn Alto Sax

    No pressure, just read, listen to the CD and play along. I am having a tough time "knocking off" from practicing because it is a blast to learn this way. Great booklet/CD combo.

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  • April 08, 2005 fingering method

    fingering method

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  • 3

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Cincinnati, OH
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • April 10, 2004 Good book for the less motivated

    I am a professonal saxophonist and teacher. I have been playing for 14 years and teaching for 3. This book has worked really well with my less motivated students. It has turned many of them around because of its more tune based "fun" approach. I do not, however, use it...

    with my most advanced students as they are more self-motivated and need more technical study than this book offers. The only thing I don't like about the book is the way in which the saxophonist on the Demo CD interprets most of the tunes. He comes off as being kind of cheesy and square. However, this factor alone is not reason enough to keep me from using it.

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