Daily Studies for All Saxophones Sheet Music


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Scales, Arpeggios And Tuning Etudes. Edited by Thom Proctor. Woodwind – Saxophone Method or Collection. Jazz method book (Saxophone). Arpeggios, Scales and Etudes. Instructional book. 52 pages. Alfred Music #00-SB115. Published by Alfred Music (AP.SB115).

  • Artist: Trent B. Kynaston
  • Instruments: saxophone
  • Format: instructional book
  • Genre: Arpeggios, Scales and Etudes
  • Lead Time: 4 to 6 business days
  • Publisher: Alfred Music


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Trent Kynaston, born (1946-12-07) December 7, 1946 in Tucson, Arizona, is an American jazz and classical saxophonist, music educator, and composer and has performed throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Central America, South America, Africa, and Asia.

Kynaston is Professor Emeritus of Music at Western Michigan University where he recently retired after 39 years of teaching. During his tenure he was the recipient of Down Beat magazine’s Achievement Award for Jazz Education, the College of Fine Arts Outstanding Service Award, the Dean’s Outstanding Teaching Award, and the Western Michigan University Distinguished Teaching Award. In 2008 he was recognized as WMU “Professor of the Year.”
He holds degrees from the University of Arizona in Tucson and the coveted gold Medaille d’Honeur in saxophone and chamber music from the Conservatoire National de Musique de Bordeaux, France. He started the WMU Jazz Orchestra in 1974 and directed the band for 30 years. The award-winning ensemble received national acclaim for its high performance standards and creative approach to big band jazz. Recognitions include two-time winner of the college big band category of Down Beat Magazine’s annual DB student music awards, a heralded performance in New York City’s Carnegie Hall, thirteen consecutive performances at the Montreux-Detroit International Jazz Festival, 25 consecutive Outstanding Band recognitions at the Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival, and performances at several IAJE International Conferences.