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MAJOR SCALES, ARPEGGIOS & THIRDS for SAXOPHONES

Compiled by the late NlLO HOVEY

jGGESTIONS: Practice slowly, accurately: let speed develop naturally. Use a variety of articulations, plus full
.r. Do not concentrate on scales at the expense of arpeggios and thirds; all are important for smoothness of technique.
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SUGGESTIONS: Work for EVENNESS of tempo, volume, tone quality and note values. Practice arpeggios and
thirds with a variety of articulation plus the full slur.

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