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The Paul Desmond Collection - Alto Sax

Alto Saxophone

By Paul Desmond

Alto Saxophone - Difficulty: medium
Alto Saxophone. By Paul Desmond. Hal Leonard Artist Transcriptions. Jazz. Alto saxophone songbook. With chord names. 72 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.672328).

Item Number: HL.672328

ISBN 0793551633. With chord names. Jazz. 9x12 inches.

A collection of transcribed solos from legendary “cool jazz” alto saxophonist Paul Desmond. 17 classics, including: Balcony Rock • Bossa Antigua • Late Lament • Take Five • Take Ten • and more.

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Artist Transcriptions are authentic, note-for-note transcriptions of the hottest wind, electronic, guitar and keyboard artists. These outstanding, accurate arrangements are in an easy-to-read format which includes all essential lines. Artist Transcriptions can be used to perform, sequence or reference.

  • Audrey 
  • Bossa Antigua 
  • Desmond Blue 
  • Eleven Four 
  • The Girl From East Ninth Street 
  • Samba Cantina 
  • Jazzabelle 
  • Late Lament 
  • Sacre Blues 
  • Take Ten 
  • Two Of A Mind 
  • Wendy 
  • Battle Hymn Of The Republican 
  • Blues In Time 
  • Wintersong 
  • Romance de Amor 
  • Take Five 

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  • 5

    Mississauga, ON. Canada
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  • April 04, 2012 Best of Paul Desmond

    A great book. A must buy for Paul Desmond fans. I don't know what to say, but it is perfect. I MEAN IT, PERFECT! Every aspect is perfect.. Nobody will regret to buy this book unless you don't like the style :P I rate it for Intermediate/advanced...

    because the notes are easy but to play as beautiful as Paul Desmond is hard..

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  • April 17, 2009 Fun transcription

    Accurate transcriptions.

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