Saxophone Lessons: Minor Scales

Playing minor scales on the saxophone is essential in becoming a well-versed saxophonist. Learn how to play minor scales on saxophone, as well as triads and seventh chords with lessons from a music theory teacher in this free video series on woodwind instruments.

Series Summary

Down through the ages, both classical and jazz music have featured an instrument that popularized by Stan Getz, John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, and yes, Kenny G. This woodwind instrument was introduced to the world circa 1840 by a Belgian-born man named Adolphe Sax, perhaps borrowing elements from the clarinet and oboe in its creation. In this free video series, a music theory teacher demonstrates how to play a number of minor scales on the saxophone, including A through G, the natural minor scale and some other flat and sharp scales. Furthermore, minor triads and minor seventh chords are discussed. With these tips and music lessons, a saxophonist will be ready to attack any minor scale.

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