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Easy Jazz Saxophone Duets

Easy Jazz Saxophone Duets

Looking for fun, new, fresh introduction to duet playing?

You have found it!

This collection of 9 lively pieces (19 page PDF) is ideal for Saxophone players of modest abilities who are just starting out and want a fun introduction to duet playing in the Jazz idiom. The original pieces that explore the Blues and Jazz styles are carefully written in comfortable keys, so as not to overwhelm ! The lower part is slightly more challenging to play, suitable for a player who is slightly more experienced.

Ideal for Practice sessions, classes or performance situations.

  • Grades 1-3
  • Easy and Fun to Play
  • Simple Keys
  • Ideal for beginners
  • Limited range
  • Basic Jazz Rhythms
  • Bb parts included


" Jazz Duets Blues series of duets for Saxophone will help anyone get deep in to the roots of the past and the future of this music”

Leo Genovese

​                                                         TUNES



1. Bourbon Street  - lively blues in G with a classic blues introduction

2. Hobo - 12 bar blues in F, exploring the core major-minor sound that give the Blues so much flavour! 

 3. Ramblin,  a riffy tune, with rolling jazz lower part 

 4. Delta Blues  features a catchy bass line  hook that is contagious!

 5. Fats offers a slow moment of peace and tranquility! 

 6. Memphis features a memorable shuffle bass accompaniment that has a rock 'n roll sound! 

 7. Jive Blues explores the world of difference between long and short quarter notes

 8. Barrel House Blues is a querky blues with challenging to and fro parts- rather like a game of ping pong!

9. Memphis "New Orleans' Trio (Bundled) - A trio version with Solo and modulations!

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David F.

Excellent duets

Very nice arrangements, easy to practice and with 2/3 saxos the results sound really cool. Digital format is quite convenient. I would 100% recommend.

Cristian M.
Italy Italy


Great job Nick!

Idezawa C.
Japan Japan

It's really good!

I want try another one next time! I really like melodies and level of skill is good for me. thanks from Japan!

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Missy D.
United States United States

Great Songs

Appreciate the songs and how nice they are to learn.

Manuela G.
Italy Italy


I’m very happy

Mrs t.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Easy sax duets

Great. My pupils love them

Thomas C.
Germany Germany

sound really good

I found the JAZZ DUETS site by chance and was surprised at the offer. So I ordered a couple of books. One for clarinet and meanwhile four for saxophone. I tried a few pieces with a few students and we all found that they all sound really good, regardless of the level!

Stavros D.
Cyprus Cyprus

The music and the partitutes are excellent. It would be more helpful if you could add the mp3 of each songas well.

Deborah F.
United States United States

Easy Jazz Duets

Works great for skype lessons. Also love the more challenging second part.

H. M. Harts
Netherlands Netherlands

Happy buyer

Purchased this for a collaboration with someone in Canada (self being in The Netherlands). As we're both only playing for less than 2 years, this seemed nice material. We decided on the Barrel House Blues. Only thing missing is a table of contents, but that's minor.

Steven T.
United States United States

Great arrangements!

I purchased these as an educational tool for my private students. These look great! Thank you for writing these!

andy r.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

the one with the hamster on the front

I found these duets to be both fun and difficult enough to be a challenge to me and my partner. would like info on more of these duets, many thanks

Australia Australia

A natural progression

I have really enjoyed playing your Duets and can’t wait to share your link with my students. I have been using James Rae Duets and have found yours go that one step further by offering the students a challenge to progress with the same chart from easy to intermediate and even advanced. Keep them coming! They’re a great escape during these trouble times.

Szymon M.
Poland Poland

Thanks and gratitude

I'm 55 years old and in November I started learning to play the saxophone. Searching for online learning materials, I found "Easy Jazz Saxophone". This is what I was looking for. My son is a professional violinist and together we play duets (for now No. 1) violin / saxophone. Your YT Nick recordings are very helpful. As I learn all the bluses, I will buy the next level. For now I practice and I have great joy playing the saxophone and life. Thank you so much Nick. You are great! If you will be in Poland - I invite you. Simone

Maurice G.
United States United States

Easy Jazz Saxophone Duets Digital PDF download

I haven't had a chance to use them yet. I was wondering if there was a play a long that I could use with the music until I get used to using notes alone? Or is youtube good enough?

Nikolaus P.
Austria Austria

Easy Jazz Saxophone Duets

This is really a great stuff!!