50 Easy and Progressive Studies Vol. 1
Guy Lacour was part of the famous Marcel Mule Saxophone Quartet and was part of concerts and recording sessions with the Berlin Philharmonic under Herbert von Karajan. Not only was he was a pop saxophonist playing at Lido, Moulin-Rouge and Folies Bergere, he was a teacher at several conservatories around Paris and often a juror at Saxophone performance competitions throughout Europe. Lacour started composing in 1963 and many of his later works have become standard repertoire for concerts and contests around the world.