Alto Saxophone Mind Mapping: A Sax Fingering Chart How You Think

Alto Saxophone Mind Mapping: A Sax Fingering Chart How You Think Copyright © 2022 Paul Masterdon

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Alto Saxophone Mind Mappin

This book is part of a much wider system that I have devised called Music Mnemonics. I recognise not everybody may need (or want) the complete system, which is why I have brought out this sax fingering chart separately as a standalone book, each page covering an individual note.

How this differs from other sax fingering charts is that it is designed the way the brain actually thinks: the right way around. Now you can see in your mind how YOU would play the notes, not see how someone else would play them when in front of you.

The issue with other sax charts is that they are not player-focused - they are audience-focused, depicting the fingerings the 'wrong' way around. A learner has to do mental gymnastics by translating and then reversing the pictures in their mind before 'seeing' the note on their instrument.

It's a long-winded way of going about things. Why go through all that pain when you don't have to? Learn as the brain thinks the first time around and then watch your playing go stratospheric as a result.

Contains the common alto sax fingerings from bottom B flat to past the high F sharp: this also covers the altissimo notes!

Arranged in the order of the chromatic scale.
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