Solomon asked me, “Can you please send me some practice material…I do understand the formation of arpeggios and chords…I’m lost now..i need something to work with.”
Here are some,
Chord and arpeggio exercises (PDF file, right click and ‘save as’)
Listen to me play the first exercises (mp3, right click and ‘save as’)
from Universal Method. I can (legally) get you any part of that book actually and record myself playing things from it if you would like to hear examples. It’s been widely regarded as a major resource for saxophone players. It does have some very good material. A few problems as well, the author was more of a clarinet player than a saxophone player and the material itself is not laid out in a very progressive way.
So if you need things to practice, I can give you some exercises and music from that and from other things I have in my collection. Some music I can’t provide since you would need the copyright.
To respond to Solomon’s question, before too long, you’ll want to be able to play arpeggios and chords without reading them though. One thing you can start with is playing seventh chords using the major scales you already know.