New York, NY — The Vandoren Company and Carl Fischer Music have once again teamed up with ten of the finest saxophonists in the world to create a unique etude and exercise book with a personal touch: The Vandoren Etude and Exercise Book for Saxophone - The Secrets of Ten Master Saxophonists (WF87 — $24.95). Each of these saxophone masters share their inner secrets of saxophone playing. This eclectic collection covers a wide range of challenges to mastering the saxophone, containing etudes to develop tone, technique, lyricism, and overall musicianship. No serious student or teacher should be without the innovative wisdom of this collection, which also includes a complete quarter-tone fingering chart as well as Arabic rhythmic and melodic exercises. Featuring contributions from Serge Bertocchi, Paul Bro, James Bunte, Claude Delangle, Susan Fancher, Steven Mauk, Otis Murphy, Nicolas Prost, Neal Ramsay, and Matthew Sintchak.
Vandoren, founded in 1905, is one of the most popular makers of mouthpieces and reeds for clarinet and saxophone in the world. Founded by Eugene Van Doren, a clarinetist for the Paris Opera, the company was taken over by his son, Robert Van Doren in 1935. In 1967, Bernard Van Doren, grandson of Eugene, took over the company. During this time period, the company started making its most famous mouthpiece for clarinet, the B45. At present day, Vandoren remains a prominent and respected manufacturer of reeds and mouthpieces. To learn more, click here.
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