Below there are saxophone lessons written by me.

The exercises must be played in all tonalities and on the whole saxophone extension.

  • Intervals (Intervals Studies)
  • Major Triads (Ascending and discending arpeggio)
  • Minor Triads (Ascending and discending arpeggio)
  • Diminished Triads (Ascending and discending arpeggio)
  • Major Chords (Ascending and discending arpeggio on octava)
  • Minor Chords (Ascending and discending arpeggio on octava)
  • Dominant Chords (Ascending and discending arpeggio on octava)
  • Half-diminished Chords (Ascending and discending arpeggio on octava)
  • Major Chords (Ascending and discending arpeggio on whole extension)
  • Minor Chords (Ascending and discending arpeggio on whole extension)
  • Dominant Chords (Ascending and discending arpeggio on whole extension)
  • Half-diminished Chords (Ascending and discending arpeggio on whole extension)
  • Major Chords (Chromatic approach)
  • Minor Chords (Chromatic approach)
  • Dominant Chords (Chromatic approach)
  • Half-diminished Chords (Chromatic approach)
  • Diminished Chords (Chromatic approach)
  • Major Chords (Diatonic approach)
  • Minor Chords (Diatonic approach)
  • Dominant Chords (Diatonic approach)
  • Half-diminished Chords (Diatonic approach)
  • Diminished Chords (Diatonic approach)
  • Major Chords (Encirclements with 2 notes on 1°, 3°, 5°, 7°, 9° degree)
  • Minor Chords (Encirclements with 2 notes on 1°, 3°, 5°, 7°, 9° degree)
  • Dominant Chords (Encirclements with 2 notes on 1°, 3°, 5°, 7°, 9° degree)
  • Half-diminished Chords (Encirclements with 2 notes on 1°, 3°, 5°, 7°, 9° degree)
  • Diminished Chords (Encirclements with 2 notes on 1°, 3°, 5°, 7°, 9° degree)
  • Major Scale (Chromatic approach)
  • Minor Scale (Chromatic approach)
  • Dominant Scale (Chromatic approach)
  • Major Scale (Encirclements with 2 notes on 1°, 5° ,9° degree)
  • Minor Scale (Encirclements with 2 notes on 1°, 5° ,9° degree)
  • Dominant Scale (Encirclements with 2 notes on 1°, 5° ,9° degree)
  • Major Scale (Encirclements with 3 notes on 1°, 5° ,9° degree)
  • Minor Scale (Encirclements with 3 notes on 1°, 5° ,9° degree)
  • Dominant Scale (Encirclements with 3 notes on 1°, 5° ,9° degree)
  • Major Scale (Encirclements with 3 notes on whole scale)
  • Minor Scale (Encirclements with 3 notes on whole scale)
  • Dominant Scale (Encirclements with 3 notes on whole scale)
  • Whole Tone Scale (Encirclements with 3 notes on whole scale)