Eugene Rousseau: Saxophone Method, Vol. 1 and 2
In The Instrumentalist in 1989, Bill Perconti and Ronald Tyree described the Eugene Rousseau Saxophone Method (in two volumes) as a “traditional approach” with a good balance between melodic excerpts and technical studies. They also gave favorable marks for the “special exercises” for awkward high- and low-note fingering exercises and his fundamental information on embouchure and breathing. Available in English, German and Japanese.