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Hey Friends,

I wrote a book! It's called the Saxophone Survival Guide. I never thought I'd write a book. It's basically the first lessons that I always need to give beginning students. So I wrote some of them down. It's not a method book, but more of a "how to" or companion to study, book. Anyone interested can find the link HERE. But I'm also totally into sharing with the SOTW community. PM me and I'll send the pdf your way if you just want to check it out. Maybe a student or two of yours out there may find it helpful in the end? Let me know what you think!

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I find it very interesting, i am a beginner teacher and i have to confess that sometimes is hard to setup a class, specially for beginners who still are struggling with the instrument.
I feel that they feel bored or exhausted about my explanations on sound production, embouchure....With little kids is even worst.
And then they come without doing their homework...ahhhh.
 

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That's an awesome accomplishment! Congratulations...

I'd love a copy but I'm afraid it would be lost on me - I can write readin', but I can't read writin'
 
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