An indispensable collection of sixty progressive studies for unaccompanied saxophone, suitable for E flat and B flat instruments. The book systematically covers aspects of technique, in order of difficulty from Grades 1 to 8, while being carefully paced to provide lots of material at each level. Includes a fabulous variety of repertoire in classical, jazz and other contemporary styles for teachers and their pupils.
Alan Bullard studied composition at the Royal College of Music with Herbert Howells. He combines composition with a teaching post at Colchester Institute School of Music. His music is widely performed, broadcast on television and radio, and appears on several recordings. The variety of commissions that he has undertaken in recent years are some indication of the wide appeal of his music to many different types of musicians and audiences.