10 G major

Now, we'll move on to G major concert. It corresponds to E/A major on the alto/tenor saxophones. Notes: * We've dropped the alto saxophone part one octave to avoid going above high F (the higher notes will come later during altissimo exercises). * We've raised the first note (A) played by the tenor saxophone by one octave since the lowest playable note is low B♭. Step 1: Listen to the exercise.

Rex Djere · 00000001_G_major_exercise_final.mp3

Step 2: Play the exercise slowly (50%), and then gradually increase the speed.

00000001 G major exercise with click track by Rex Djere Step 3: Perform the exercise along with the band.

Rex Djere · 00000001 G Major Exercise

Musecore download: * Musecore is a free software/open source scorewriter program for Linux, MacOS, and Windows. * You can download it for free here: https://musescore.org/en * You can download the Musescore version of this exercise here: https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmQpMKj2gq58qxXLVC54SufK2XtJcR46MRS1eskkcqjWt7

This article was updated on June 15, 2020