Saxophone sheet music

There are many online resources offering saxophone sheet music, both free and for a small fee. There is nothing better than adding variety to your music experience by learning some of the melodies offered by well-known and amateur composers. Sheet music is often found on the Internet, but you can also get sheets from specialized music stores.


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However, it seems more and more saxophone players are turning to the Internet for a collection of good music they can learn. Even if professional saxophone players do not give much credit to the online space (as they have already mastered most of the things available on the Internet), amateur and semi professional saxophone players use this resource to its fullest.

What are the most common saxophone sheet music melodies?

You can download sheet music in several forms and file formats, with the most common being MIDI files (audio files) or PDF files (for printing). Sometimes you might want to check out reviews left online by other sax players or by the creators of the site, as they will have useful tips on how to play a particular melody. The difficulty of the available melodies should also be considered – amateur saxophone players shouldn’t jump right to a difficult composition from the beginning. Here are some of the most popular sax sheet music melodies:

  • Humming Song Op 68 No 3 (from Album for the Young)
  • 3 Gymnopedies no.1
  • Land of Hope and Glory (Pomp and Circumstance March No.1)
  • Solveig's Song from Peer Gynt Suite No.2
  • Nimrod from Enigma Variations
  • La Cathedrale Engloutie (Preludes Book 1 no.10) (alto sax)
  • The Sorcerers Apprentice
  • Song of the Torreador (alto)

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