Hills Music Tuition by Brent Lang offers private and personalised one on one Saxophone lessons to students located in the Hills District or Hills are and beyond.
Our teachers are industry recognised Saxophone teachers and are accredited by the Music Teachers’ Association of NSW.
We can assist you with learning how to play: Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone and Baritone Saxophone. If you are unsure as to what is the best type of Saxophone for you, we can also assist you with that.
Looking for Saxophone Lessons in the Hills/Hills District Area?
Private Lessons from a trusted saxophone teacher are the best way to encourage someone’s yearning to learn the instrument. It allows the teacher and the student to connect emotionally and that is what we aim to do through our classes here at Hills Music Tuition by Brent Lang.
One on One Saxophone Lessons
We offer specialised private Saxophone Lessons for all levels in the Hills Area/Hills District, from beginners looking at picking up a saxophone for the very first time through to intermediate to advance.
Our personal, friendly and professional approach ensures your lessons will not only be productive but also fun and enjoyable.
This beginner level is perfect for first-time saxophone musicians. Students will learn the basics of the instrument, note reading, scales, rhythm, and technique and instrument care or their saxophone.
The intermediate lesson builds off the skills acquired in the beginner saxophone lessons. Students will continue working with their saxophone and further development of their technique. Music examinations can be commenced at this level.
The advanced is for students who have been playing the saxophone consistently for over many years and wish to attain AMEB exam results.
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Hills Music Tuition by Brent Lang can address your saxophone lessons right from the basics so that you get to learn from scratch. This ensures that you are not only able to play the instrument well but also know everything about it. Knowing the basics would also mean that your concepts are clear which in turn means that you can take up challenges in this regard and can be experimental on your own. In fact, that is the goal of our flute lessons – to show you the right path so that you can walk it yourself someday soon.
About the Saxophone
What is a Saxophone?
The saxophone (also referred to as “the sax”) is a woodwind musical instrument.
Most saxophones are made out of brass or similar materials, yet saxophones are still considered woodwind instruments due to the fact that the actual sound is produced by an oscillating reed piece which is actually made out of woody cane. In other brass instruments, the lips vibrate in a mouthpiece cup instead.
The different sounds in the saxophone are produced by adjusting the airflow inside the instrument by covering and uncovering the holes present alongside the main body tube.
How do Saxophone’s work?
Would you like to find out how a Saxophone actually works? Please watch the video below.
How are Saxophone’s made?
Curious to see how Saxophones are actually made? Please watch the video below.
Interesting facts about the Saxophone
Did you know the saxophone was invented by Adolphe Sax in 1846? As far as musical instruments go, it’s pretty new to the scene! The saxophone is a single reed woodwind instrument whose sound and tone are made by players lightening his or her mouth around the mouthpiece and pressing notes on the body of the instrument.
Many might think that there is only one type of Saxophone, but in fact, there are many: