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Method for Tenor Saxophone Michiel Oldenkamp Jaap Kastelein Edited by Philip Sparke JIN de haske- Embouchure Fitness ‘these exercises (youl find them at the beginning of almost every lesson in this book) are aimed at making you aware of your cabouchute. A flexible embouchure Is the basis for mastering techniques such as vibrato, and for making a good sound, Since eopie areal diferent, the exercises may net always work for you: in that case you can try ther again later. You'l see: Slow and steady wins the racel Bend the note as far as you can by moving your jaw down and then up again. oe a @& Dat gaat naar Den Bosch toe (from the Nethertands) Wack Filin the last note. Allegro = f ox rall. Every piece Is written in a certain key. The key indicates the scale from which the notes of the piece have been chosen. ‘The last note ofa piece is usually the same as the keynote (¢ the first note ofthe scale). This means that you can easily determine the key. In this case: ©Q MacGillicuddy’s Jig ritin: Thelestnote:_____=the Keynote; ___ = the key/stl 1 soe tate sinr fie sles ty sane oe eine tie pe Allegro 4