Have you searched high and low for that secret saxophone altissimo fingering chart in hopes of being able to get up and playing those crazy high notes?
The more fingering charts you find and try out, the more frustrated and confused you’ll get!
What most people don’t realize is that the actual finger positions are only one part of what you need to know. So what’s the other stuff you must learn in order to conquer the altissimo range on your tenor or alto saxophone?
It’s all laid out in this brand new step-by-step video lesson course…
We All Want More!
It’s only natural that as saxophone players, as soon as we’re able to play the full 2 1/2 octave range of the sax, we want more. We all wanna go higher! The natural range, as was intended by Adolph Sax is from the low B flat to the high F:
Are You Still Stuck on This Two and A Half Octave Range?
The Saxophone Altissimo Course works for all the saxophones
The problem many people will face is in thinking that just by finding an altissimo sax fingering chart or PDF they’re good to go. The truth is, knowing the fingering positions for the altissimo register is only one part of being able to play the altissimo notes with any kind of control.
Due to a lack of unavailable, comprehensive, and accessible material both online and off, I’ve put together step-by-step lesson videos which make up this complete course. This is for the serious student that wants to take control of their instrument and finally be able to play just underneath the range that only dogs can hear.
You’ve probably hit one or two of these notes already. They were most likely closer to squeaks and not the intended outcome of what you were trying to do.
Everyone needs a comprehensive step-by-step approach to develop the mind and body control required to conquer this high range known as the saxophone altissimo register.
It’s Hard Right?
Yes it can be a hard thing to figure out because there are too many variables involved. Looking at a finger chart, even if it’s a good legitimate one is only a part of it… actually, it’s part 3 of this 4 part course.
How Does it Work?
Each lesson contains the video, text, images and a section in the forum for posting any questions if needed. These are answered by other members that have gone through the course as well as by the author Johnny Ferreira.
The regular price is $79. Current Members and those who have purchased something previously get in for $67. Emails are varified with membership and Paypal.
What Exactly Does the Saxophone Altissimo Course Consist Of?
15 Lessons laid out over 4 parts:
First you will build on some basic, but very important techniques that are often either over-looked or not carried out and performed as they should be by most students. When this happens, the ability to play controlled high notes pretty much flies out the window.
Learn important techniques that it takes to go beyond the saxophone’s normal range. This is the natural series of overtones. The better you do in part one, the easier these will be. The easier these are, the easier you’ll be hitting the altissimo notes.
This is where you learn the actual fingering positions from high F# and altissimo G and up to an octave and one half beyond that. This will give you a possible 4 octave range!
This is where you’ll gain control and flexibility playing all the new high notes you have learned. This is accomplished by doing the exercises laid out here.
By Committing to This Course You Will:
- Devote the next few months working to develop and control your saxophone.
- At the end of this time not only will you have accomplished this but you’ll have gained a bigger, fuller, more in tune tone.
Because while developing the techniques needed here forces you to strengthen your air support and embouchure. These are the two most important things needed to develop a good saxophone sound.
The price of this course wouldn’t get you more than a few private lessons anywhere, which would barely scratch the surface of this topic anyway.
So make a commitment for the next few months into your saxophone playing journey.
Here is a video post by Michael, one of our members:
Michael has been a member here since he started playing saxophone last year.
You can imagine my excitement and I’m trying to contain it. Easier said than done! I have a custom-built Guardala MBII.
Thank you so, so much Johnny for your Altissimo course. So wonderful to have it available vs the “slim pickings” that you get online. The gains to be made in your lessons do wonders to a person’s playing.
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Please note –
the Altissimo Course in not an instant download item. You will receive an email usually within several hours of payment, confirming that you have been added to the course level.
If you experience any problems with this download at all, simply leave me a message in the forum: