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You must remember this... James Rae

Posted on 9th March 2017 in ABRSM Baritone & Euphonium Bassoon Brass Cello Christmas Clarinet Composers Diplomas Double Bass Exam Flute Guitar Harp Harpsichord Hints & Tips Horn Jazz Keyboard Music Theatre Oboe Organ Percussion Piano Recorder Rock'n'Pop Rockschool Saxophone Singing Site Pages Social Media Strings Theory Trinity Trombone Trumpet Tuba Valentine Viola Violin Woodwind

‘You must remember this…’

is a new collection of pieces by James Rae for alto or tenor sax and piano. Rae is a prolific writer of woodwind studies and educational pieces but it is more unusual to see him arranging exisiting pieces.

This collection of old favourites is arranged for easy to intermediate-level players and would make for a perfect addition to any older learners collection. It is so often hard to find a book of music you know but arranged for an easier level especially, in the case of saxophone, if it isn’t specifically classical or jazz orientated. Rae has selected an array of golden oldies which everyone should know and enjoy playing; the piano accompaniments have been made ‘teacher friendly’ being very chord based rather than anything too complex or melodic. Younger students would find the pieces ideal for performances as they are so well known they would be well received by any audience.


  • Daisy Bell
  • As Time Goes By
  • La Paloma (The Dove)
  • Give my Regards to Broadway
  • Fascination
  • Bill Bailey, Won’t you Please Come Home?
  • When Johnny Comes Marching Home
  • Over the Waves
  • Misty
  • Chicago

As an indication of standard to teachers, Rae recommends this collection as an ideal prequel to well-established publications Take Ten and Take Another Ten (also by Rae)

*Photograph by Gavin Whitner.



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