Saxophone Lessons

oKAY so my band obsessed self is going to be teaching saxophone lessons please learn the best instrument of all time

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I figured, before I teach you how to play all the notes, maybe I should teach you how to read music—
Let’s start with the staff.
The music staff is composed of five lines and four spaces. There are two different staffs, bass and treble. These come together to create the Grand Staff. The note ‘Middle C’ sits between the two staffs.
Because saxophone is a treble instrument, I will not be teaching bass clef notes.
The treble staff’s notes, from bottom line to top line, are See More▼
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Lesson two~
How to hold a saxophone.
To hold a saxophone, you’ll need to place your fingers on the mother of pearl keys. The left hand goes on top, and they’re right hand on the bottom. These keys are pressed to play notes. Hold as shown in figure 3
Proper embouchure is important too.
Your top teeth go on th top of the mouthpiece. Roll your lip in slightly, purring just a bit of lip between your bottom teeth and the reed. Make sure your tongue can touch the reed’s tip. A good See More▼
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AND DONT PUFD OUT YOUR CHEEKS WHEN YOU PLAY!!!!
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First of all, how to assemble a saxophone.
This instrument has three main parts (Shown in figure one). The body is the largest part of the saxophone. All of the keys are present here, as is the bell. Next is the neck, which has a long piece that is used to control the octave of the note. One end is a bit wider, and the other end is a cork. The mouthpiece is the smallest part, which a reed is attached to using a ligature. Stick the wide piece of the neck into the opening at the See More▼
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