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Essential Elements Jazz Ens Method

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Alto Saxophone 1
Composer Mike Steinel
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00841347

Price: $13.99

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Essential Elements Jazz Ens Method Composed by Mike Steinel. For Alto Saxophone 1. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00841347, UPC: 073999059632)

Specifically designed to teach jazz basics to students with 1 or 2 years playing experience, but with no prior experience playing jazz. Great for individual or classroom use. Teaches the basics of swing style in a step-by-step approach using well-known songs. Improvisation is made easy starting with simple 2-measure phrases. Scales and basic theory are introduced in a simple and easy to understand approach. 2 CDs are included with recordings of all exercises and arrangements. Other features: 7 full band arrangements, sample solos, jazz history and people.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A-TISKET A-TASKET STEINEL MIKE  
BALLIN' THE JACK STEINEL MIKE  
BOPPIN' AROUND STEINEL MIKE  
JA-DA STEINEL MIKE  
JINGLE BELLS STEINEL MIKE  
LONDON BRIDGE STEINEL MIKE  
RIFFIN' AROUND STEINEL MIKE  
SALSA CALIENTE STEINEL MIKE  
ST. LOUIS BLUES STEINEL MIKE  
WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN STEINEL MIKE  
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