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Circus Skills for Alto Saxophone

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The Circus Skills series

Fun tunes with piano accompaniment or play-along with the backing CD.

Includes Circus Rock, Sad Clown, Acrobats, Tightrope Walker, Sentimental Serenade, Trick Cyclist, Dancing Dolls and Russian Galop. On the CD, track 1 is a tuning note, then each piece appears twice: first with and then without the solo line.


  • Acrobats
  • Circus Rock
  • Dancing Dolls
  • Russian Galop
  • Sad Clown
  • Sentimental Serenade
  • Tightrope Walker
  • Trick Cyclist

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Cat No. SP726
Price £14.50
ComposerAlan Bullard
CategoryAlto / Baritone Saxophone & Piano
PublisherSpartan Press
SeriesCircus Skills
Difficulty level3 - 5
ISMN 979-0-57999-726-9
EAN-13 9790579997269
Weight 154 grams
Published 28th April 2004
Availability 46 in stock


...The keys used, range, articulation and dynamics are varied throughout with some challenges, and the composer manages to capture the mood of the circus, especially with the effects he uses on the CD.

Sarah Markham for Music Teacher Magazine

Alan Bullard has long proved himself not only a composer with an individual voice and much to say but also expert at writing for wind instruments... The layout and printing are clear with interesting piano parts that are not too difficult but are pianistic. All the numbers are tuneful and expressive. They will give pleasure to players and listeners alike. If a pianist is not available the CD links are clearly notated as an alternative.

The Association of Woodwind Teachers

...Alan Bullard is a highly-respected composer, teacher and examiner - occupations that give him invaluable experience in writing for players of all standards...

Ann Cherry for Music Teacher Magazine