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Compositions for Tenor Saxophone Volume 2

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Price £9.95

Includes CD

30 publications in this series

The Compositions series

Graham Lyons has compiled all the best material from his previous volumes, written lots of new pieces, and included a backing CD. The CDs are also available separately. This collection combines the best elements of many styles of music: Rock, Dance, Classic, Romantic, Jazz, Boogie, Folk. Inspired and crafted pieces to excite the players and make them want to practise.
The piano accompaniments are available on the companion CD (printable in pdf format) OR in a separate piano accompaniment book (selected titles only). Also on the CD: 'extras' which include ensemble arrangements in pdf format to print out.

Each of the pieces in this book is unique and unforgettable.


  • A Blackbird Sang in Albert Square
  • Border Collie
  • Bounce
  • Butterfly Waltz
  • Cross Country
  • Danish Blues
  • Generation Bridge
  • Happy Dawn
  • Laid-back Lester
  • Look! I'am Flying
  • Melody in Search of a Musical
  • Now We Dance!
  • Schubert's Samba
  • Shooting Stars
  • The Dark Forest
  • The Quick Brown Fox
  • Three Four Two
  • Valse des Lions
  • West Coast Waltz
Cat No. U133
Price £9.95
ComposerGraham Lyons
CategoryTenor / Soprano Saxophone & Piano
PublisherUseful Music
Difficulty level5 - 8
ISMN 979-0-57008-133-2
EAN-13 9790570081332
Weight 150 grams
Published 20th October 2005
Availability NOT IN STOCK. Sorry for delay!
Available in approx. 7—12 days.


...as with volume one, all the pieces have strong tunes and good harmonies... There are also some very nice extras (on the CD)...If this book isn't a bargain I don't know what is.

Andy Tweed for Music Teacher Magazine

This collection is fantastic value...The book is very attractive and clearly laid out. Where Lyons excels is in writing a good melody and an attractive accompaniment...

Andy Tweed, for Music Teacher Magazine