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One thing I can say is this-- music theory books are a distillation of actual pieces of music, in this case largely Bach's. Someone's done a lot of the analysis, and packaged it in bite-sized chunks for the consuming student. You should always understand this, and go between theory and actual music-- look for your own examples of certain rules. Try ...


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You can certainly teach one sax, even if you play a different one. In fact, an awful lot of sax players will possess and play at least a couple in the same band. Alto and Tenor are the most common. The main problem is that Alto and Baritone are both E♭ instruments, while Soprano and Tenor are B♭. This is compensated for by use of transposed keys in the ...


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