The art of saxophone playing
According to Larry Teal, the best method of learning to play the saxophone is to study with a competent teacher. Teal's studies were mostly of instruments other than the saxophone, but as a student at a Chautauqua summer session, he came under the influence of Georges Barr#65533;re, the eminent French flutist. He played bass clarinet with the Detroit Symphony, but he continued to be absorbed by the saxophone. As a result of his acquired expertise and growing reputation, he was appointed to a full-time faculty position as a saxophone teacher by the University of Michigan -- the first ever to receive such an appointment from a major university. During his 21-year tenure, he attracted students from all over, thus exerting an ever widening influence on saxophone teaching and performing.
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|full_title||art of saxophone playing|
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|owning_library_santafe||Santa Fe Public Library|
|record_details||ils:.b10186384|Book|Books||English|Summy-Birchard Music,|[1976?], c1963.|111 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
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|subject_facet||Saxophone -- Instruction and study|
|title_display||The art of saxophone playing|
|title_full||The art of saxophone playing / Larry Teal ; art work, Vena Barrow ; photography, Maurice Hartwick and Lyall Lindsey|
|title_short||The art of saxophone playing|
|topic_facet||Instruction and study, Saxophone|