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  • #113872
    Piano Tutorials
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    I’m a professional pianist and I’m glad to present to you my channel, PianoTutorials. You will find there accompaniments to saxophone works, recorded by me. You can find many other similar videos on YouTube, but my videos are live recorded, with phrasing and adapted for students.
    I focus on beginner to intermediate saxophone works. At these levels, students need more help than on higher level. If you need a recording on my channel, contact me via mail/FB!
    My channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCto3bE7C7v00xxP_arrf7iw

    Some recordings:


    #113882
    sx poet
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    nice site, problem is alto and tenor sax transpose differently, and not everyone has the right transposed sax sheets to play along.

    #113889
    Piano Tutorials
    Participant

    Thanks for your opinion! In my music school, in Poland, the first default instrument is only Alto Saxophone. Sometimes I played with Tenor or Soprano Saxophone, like Bedard or Villa-Lobos – Fantaisies. But these pieces are for advanced players.

    #113892
    sx poet
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    Not a problem.

    I pick random classical piano tracks mainly to improvise along to, ex stuff like Chopin who is my favourite.

    For sax improvisation purposes it doesn’t matter what level of difficulty the piano backing tracks are.

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