[Eighteen Exercises or Studes for All Saxophones After Berbiguier]. Composed by Marcel Mule (1901-2001). Leduc. Classical, Etude, Instruction. Softcover. 28 pages. Alphonse Leduc #AL20209. Published by Alphonse Leduc (HL.48181077).
Item Number: HL.48181077
Eighteen Exercises or Studies by Marcel Mule (1901-2001), reviewed and arranged for saxophone, based on 18 Studies for Flute by Benoit Berbiguier (1782-1835). Made for intermediate students, this method should enable the players to develop musicality while maintaining the same quality throughout the piece, if indications are followed well. Marcel Mule (1901-2001) is one of the greatest French saxophonists, renowned worldwide for his work on the classical saxophone repertoire. He was teaching his students how to obtain a good quality of sound and believed it was dependent on embouchure, the emission, the mastery of vibrato and, thus, of breathing. He wrote different methods that focus on technique, articulation and tone productions such as Scale and Arpeggios (in three books), Exercices Journaliers d'après Terschack or 30 Grands Exercices ou Études d'après Soussmann (in two books), among others.