Franz Wilhelm Ferling (September 20, – December 8, ) was a German oboist, Music, under the direction of Albert Andraud, edited and republished Bleuzet’s version in an edition that was marketed for “oboe or saxophone”. Sheet Music – £ – Contains 48 studies by Franz Willhem Ferling augmented by 12 studies from Marcel Mule. Published by Alphonse Leduc. Quarante-huit Études by Marcel Mule () is a set of 48 exercises for all Saxophones by Franz Ferling and enlarged with twelve new studies by Mule.

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In order of appearance: For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Thread starter agganitk Start date Aug 13, Hello I will say I am a beginner. Anyway I am learning Alto Saxophone since last 1 year. I have also done lot of exercises told by my teacher.

I heard that anyone looking saxophoe learn saxophone seriously should go for Ferling 48 Etude. Before I saxophine my energy and time, I want to ask experience players what are their views? Will I be able to learn it myself with little help from the teacher? When I started Saxophone Ferlling wanted to learn just as a hobby, but now I am getting ambitious.

Are all of these Etude for advanced players? Any suggestions and comments?? Messages 3, Location The Malverns, Worcs.

48 Études for Saxophone

When you get a minute, please pop along to The Doorbell forum and say hi and tell is a bit about yourself. I bought them to play ferlinv of the duets with my daughter.


I saxopphone put myself in the “advanced intermediate” category. For me, playing saxophone is a hobby, but I play for several hours each week with others. My daughter is studying clarinet at college and is far more talented than I am.

We played the duet recently. Some are very fast others have lots of semi-quaver and demi-semi-quaver runs or triplets, and numerous accidentals, key signatures range from no sharps or flats through to 6 flats or 6 sharps. It saxophohe be something to aspire to, in years time, but if you class yourself as a beginner, I would say do not waste your time, money or effort yet.

Marcel Mule: 48 Études D’Après Ferling (Saxophone) (New Edition) | Presto Sheet Music

Last edited by a moderator: Andante cantabile Senior Member Aug 13, Frankly, If you have only been learning for a year and if you do not have any previous experience on a wind instrument, the Ferlings are far above your standard. Yes, they have become a necessity for anyone interested in classical music, and if you are so inclined, you should go for them in time.

In the meantime, do what your teacher advises you to do. If you ferliny familiar with the gradings system, they start at about 6 No.

Ferling, Franz Wilhelm – 48 Études for Saxophone

You can get some slightly simplified Ferlings in 80 Graded Studies for Saxophone. They still give you a taste of the attractiveness of the Ferlings. Thanks for the replies, Yes I agree Ferling etude will be way too hard for me. I am going for 80 Graded Studies for Saxophone Book 1.


The saxopphone thing I read about it is it has progressive exercises, going from easy to hard. I hope it will not demotivate a beginner like me, and improve my skills. How is 80 Graded Studies for Saxophone Book 1?

Marcel Mule: 48 Études D’Après Ferling (Saxophone) (New Edition)

Andante cantabile Senior Member Aug 15, One thing I liked about it was the various pieces written by Paul Harris which have much more modern feel about them. The material is in the classical mode. If you finish this book, even if you leave out some of the ones that you find less interesting, you will reach quite a good level of playing.

I got the book 80 Graded. I finished exercises up to 8 and feel good Is there any place where I can listen to exercises of this book so that I can compare my playing? Andante cantabile Senior Member Sep 18, I am glad you like that book. IMV it is definitely graded properly. I have no idea where you would be able to listen to the pieces.

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