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What To Expect In Beginner Saxophone Lessons?

What To Expect In Beginner Saxophone Lessons?

The saxophone is a conical shaped instrument made up of brass with a single mouthpiece. The saxophone is made up of a thin metal conical tube of brass to form a bell like shape at the bottom. There are some 20 and 23 tone holes of different size along the tube.

These holes are then covered by keys which are further controlled by the buttons which are pressed by the users.  People think that it is an easy task to become a master of the saxophonist, but in reality a good amount of practice is required for that. A person who wants to start learning saxophone should be able to think broadly and should also have innovative ideas.

Beginners need to follow some special steps before they start learning the saxophone. While playing the saxophone, the mouthpiece should not be taken completely into the mouth. While playing the saxophone the lower lip should get support from lower teeth which in turn make direct contact with the reed.

Upper teeth should create a very light pressure while it is being rested on the mouthpiece. The upper lip should also be closed completely in order to make it air tight. There are three things which make the sound of the saxophone better which include- air pressure that depends on the diaphragm, vibration of the reed that depends upon the contact made between the lip and the reed, and most importantly the tongue position within the mouth.

One key element for efficient and successful practicing for a beginner is the concentration. To master the saxophone it is important to have a control on your mind. Some short sessions should be held in which you can focus on what you just sang rather than one long session in which you will never be able to concentrate while you are practicing. By following these rules, you take less amount of time. To become a master of the saxophone, one should practice for at least an hour regularly, while to become a professional more amount of time is spent on the practice. You can practice it all day long, but it is helpful till the time you are able to concentrate.

Your practice sessions should always be divided in such a way that you don’t feel boredom. You can divide your practice sessions according to your availability. Long tones are the hardest ones to concentrate upon.  If you can focus on this tone while you practice, then you can definitely become the next superstar. You should always bring a pencil to the rehearsal, and use it to remind yourself of your problems and their solutions.

One should close his eyes and then practice as this is an effective technique to increase the concentration power. Don’t forget to practice just because you don’t have the time. People do not usually remember about their past. So it becomes necessary for you to note down your weak points while you practice. It will help you to keep in direct touch with your music.

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Saxophone Lessons Singapore is a well-established Saxophone Agency in Singapore. We have been helping interested students find certified and qualified saxophone teachers since October 2007.

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