Saxophone Studies

150 pages of PDF tutorials, chord and scale resources for beginners. Free with two or more BOOKS/CD/DVDs - half price with one

The Taming The Saxophone Series of Studies

Taming the Saxophone is a series of saxophone tutorials (there are more books, videos and DVDs planned).

Thanks for your Taming the Saxophone book. Lots of great stuff for both myself and my students – I sure wish I’d had the book fifteen years ago! -Dan Forshaw

Taming The Saxophone – a great book, I use it every day to keep the chops in order – Bobby Wellins

Message: Just to say thanks for your speedy delivery of Taming The Saxophone book which I ordered only a few days ago and arrived today, and to say what a great book it is. I love the way it’s laid out, progressing from scales through chord progressions…. I’m sure this book is going to help me be a better player. Thanks again. From: Peter Boyd

Volume 1 Tone without tears, no more boring long notes

Taming The Saxophone tone studies

Beginners to Advanced

Exercises to improve your saxophone sound, interesting long notes, vibrato, dynamics, overtones, mouthpiece exercises and more. 120 pages of tone fun!

This book is useful for everyone from beginners to advanced and will provide years of useful tone study. Absolute beginners please note: this is not a tutor on how to get a sound from the instrument, it assumes you can already play at least a few notes, and want to learn how to get the best.

Taming The Saxophone vol 2Vol 2: Beginners’ Impro – Pop, Rock & Blues

The eagerly awaited sequel to Volume 3 and Volume 1 is now available. It is a theory book with simple but interesting playalong tunes.Not your typical complicated yet somehow boring jazz theory.

Taming The Saxophone Patterns - Intermediate

Vol 3: Intermediate – Advanced Patterns & Licks

110 pages of exercises, patterns, scales, licks etc. Check out the free excerpts.

Vol 3: Intermediate & Advanced Exercises and Patterns features extended full versions of the saxophone fingering exercises on,

What level is this for?

Although this is aimed mostly at intermediate – advanced players, many of the exercises can also be used by dedicated beginners as part of an ongoing saxophone study programme.

Saxophone Studies


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