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The Young Saxophone Player Intermediate (Duets & Trios)

The Young Saxophone Player Intermediate (Duets & Trios)


by Karen North

DIGITAL Download Edition


This book of Duets and Trios makes it easy for saxophone students to follow their ensemble part by using colour coded clefs/key signatures.


The music covers a wide range of composers, as well as traditional tunes from around the world. There is a selection of festive music, a section of rounds, plus there are warm up exercises, each focusing on one aspect of ensemble technique.


The arrangements work well from two players to a large saxophone ensemble. Many pieces offer maximum flexibility as they can be played as a Duet (use the two upper parts) or as a Trio


The arrangements by Karen North have been prepared in consultation with saxophone specialist Camilla Bellstedt.


Free recordings of every piece in this collection are available on The Young Instrumentalist YouTube channel.



  • Grade 1 to Grade 3 level
  • 36 pages
  • 26 duets and trios
  • 8 warm-up exercises
  • 7 rounds
  • Keys up to two sharps or three flats
  • Time signatures: 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8, C, 2/2


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