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by BuffetSax
(21 posts)
8 years ago

A good duets book

Im looking for an advanced cla

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  1. by Azsax
    (47 posts)

    8 years ago

    Re: A good duets book

    the rubank is a good one. there's the second book for the ferling 48 studies which has the second part to be played with the duet part in book one, too. i hear those less often, but i enjoy them more. i think it's around $8.

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  2. by barisax999
    (400 posts)

    8 years ago

    Re: A good duets book

    hindemith wrote a saxophone duet. check that out

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    1. by Bibimbop
      (53 posts)

      8 years ago

      Re: A good duets book

      There's a couple good collections and orginal repertoire as well. Collections: Sellner- 12 duos (4 volumes) Koechlin- 24 duos (2 volumes) Original Repertoire: Paul Hindemith- Concert piece Ryo Noda- Murasaki No Fuchi Evan Chambers- Greensilver von Koch- Birthday Music for Sigurd Rascher Christian Lauba- Adria Fischer Tull- Dialogue (a/t)

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