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As I understand it, "alto" is just a shortened form of the word "contralto" (from the Italian word contralto, from the combination of "contra" and "alto," i.e., "against or counter to the high voice." So a contralto, whether a singer or a saxophone, is the same as what is commonly called an "alto" in English. (The kinds of saxophones are named ...

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13498 posts · Joined 2007. #1 · Apr 14, 2023 (Edited) YDS-120 Digital / Electronic Saxophone Features - Yamaha USA. Lower cost than the 150, loses the fake brass bell, also has recorder type mouthpiece (as opposed to the sax-like reed & mouthpiece for the 150). I know nothing more about this. If it's got the same sounds as the 150, it's a no ...

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Marantz Bros. NY Legacy hand finished alto model! Available in both black and red marbled HR. birdlives1955. Jan 20, 2016. 2. 35. 16K. Apr 7, 2023.They fit any Yamaha sax I've tried them on as well (62II, 62III, 82Z, 82ZII). My YAS875 is 13 years old and they all fit perfectly. ... Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections ...Feb 3, 2003 · 434 posts · Joined 2003. #17 · Feb 7, 2003. I'm playing more flute now than I have in years, and as all you serious doublers know, that added versatility means; more work. Another added benefit I'm discovering is that, (as shown by the popularity of this forum), there are a LOT of talented sax players out there. Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.2K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories ...health problems that we sax-players face. 1: Saxophone players underestimate the seriousness of the health risks that playing the saxophone exposes us to. 2: there are roughly 26 common health-problems saxophone players experience. 3: Almost 100% of saxophone players run into one or more of these saxophone-related health-problems at some point.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! Show Less . Join ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...

Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...1548 posts · Joined 2004. #6 · Jul 28, 2017. My shop has sold three tenors and one alto.They are all exceptional playing saxophones.Worth every penny.The are well finished and play better than any other taiwanese made saxophone I have tried. Dirk zeylmans. www.tritone.net.au. Canberra,australia.Ian Stewart. 357 posts · Joined 2008. #3 · Nov 9, 2014. A suggestion is to look at the few duets for violin and saxophone. If the violin does not go too high it would be very playable on the viola and certainly saxophone and viola is a sound that works well. Like many on this forum, I don't think arrangements should be a first choice, but ...

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I suspect that is true. Most modern pads have some degree of waterproofing (and sealing of any porosity - apart from kangaroo pads). When badly done it is sticky; when well done it is not stick, and it is very successful. I can understand dye for a visual point of difference, but not paint.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...743 posts · Joined 2008. #4 · Apr 19, 2017. The Martin Indianas play nearly identical to the Martin Handcraft models. Lush, sweet Martin sound. I have had multiple Indiana altos and tenors. The first Martin alto that I had, the one that hooked me on Martin saxophones, was the sweetest playing alto that I had, only slightly beat out by the ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...434 posts · Joined 2003. #17 · Feb 7, 2003. I'm playing more flute now than I have in years, and as all you serious doublers know, that added versatility means; more work. Another added benefit I'm discovering is that, (as shown by the popularity of this forum), there are a LOT of talented sax players out there.

Marantz Bros. NY Legacy hand finished alto model! Available in both black and red marbled HR. birdlives1955. Jan 20, 2016. 2. 35. 16K. Apr 7, 2023.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. 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Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...5868 posts · Joined 2009. #22 · Jan 11, 2013. In my experience, the Mark III is the most powerful and clearest of all FG models. Very direct sound. I prefer something a little more complex, so I favor the Mark IV over the Mark III. And I prefer something slightly darker, so I prefer the Mark II over the Mark IV.Looking for Paul Harvey Concertino for Soprano Saxophone and Orchestra. MusicMadtm; Mar 7, 2020; 3 2K Feb 7, 2024. by drpop. I. hotel california solo. ... The Fora platform includes forum software by XenForo. VerticalScope Inc., 111 Peter Street, Suite 600, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2H1, Canada ...1478 posts · Joined 2007. #1 · Nov 17, 2007 (Edited) Looking to get a more comprehensive list on Holton Sax playing tendencies. There is much scattered info around concerning how these horns play, both positive and negative--some first hand, other info maybe not. . . Also and unfortunately, the info seems to be much more contradictory than ...178 posts · Joined 2010. #8 · Jan 17, 2012. I visited the Trevor James premises in Lenham, UK, June 2010, and have been in the tech room where the saxes (and pro flutes) are put together (parts are produced in Taiwan at Trevor James' own factory). Unfortunately Dave Farley, and his assistant, who builds the saxes (and have designed them) was ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.7K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...According to Sylvie at SYOS, “The finishing of a 3D printed mouthpiece is not as clean as a hard rubber or metal piece. What you noticed on the side of the beak is the printer seam, all our mouthpieces have one. It does not alter the sound. Imperfections like that are on the outside of the mouthpiece only.The Serie III alto sax has been discontinued as of August 2021 due to the popularity of the Supreme! Many of the performance elements of the Serie III (intonation stability, immediate response) can be found in the Supreme but at a higher level of refinement. Kessler previously reported that the Ref. 54 alto had been discontinued as of …Add to this the fact that we identify instruments not so much from the timbre of the steady state sound, but from the attack transient. If you take a piano recording and cut the attack transient, and do the same pitch with an oboe, it's difficult to tell the piano and oboe apart. Sound guy theory of relativity: E=mc^2 (+or- 3dB) Sax player ...1.) helps to keep the embouchure loose and open, and the muscles relaxed. 2.) makes almost any harder reed sound good and feel good in comparison. 3.) lessons tension in the diaphragm and stomach (lessons acid reflux). 4.) makes it easier to stay very relaxed during practice.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...

774 posts · Joined 2006. #5 · Jan 29, 2009. I like the silver plated version of the Yamaha 875EX soprano, however, still found the Yani 991 soprano to have a fuller richer sound and I've been a soprano player for over 30 years. I strongly believe Yanagisawa still leads the pack when it comes to sopranos. Seriously they're both great horns.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...The premier forum for all things sax at http://forum.saxontheweb.net/ Joining Sax on the Web FB group: ----- We are seeing an increasing number of spamming...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Jul 16, 2021 · 1) I have no intention of changing browsers. I like Chrome, and dislike Safari and Firefox. Purely aesthetic reasons. 2) I might use an ad blocker, but I don’t particularly dislike ads per se, and I’m mindful that this site derives most its income from ad impressions. Tom-Sax. 12 posts · Joined 2004. #3 · Jun 30, 2004. I was shopping around today and played on a "made by Selmer" Prelude TS700 tenor that was really decent. It was, frankly, the only beginner horn I tried in that particular shop that didn't need some minor adjusting and leak fixes. It was very much "ready to go."

27145 posts · Joined 2007. #2 · Sep 27, 2015. He was a Crusader! One of the first jazz albums I received as a gift was the Jazz Crusaders live at the Lighthouse. I loved his playing. RIP Wilton Felder. Sound guy theory of relativity: E=mc^2 (+or- 3dB) Sax player theory of relativity: E=mc^2 (+or- .010" at the tip)890 posts · Joined 2003. #1 · Jul 1, 2007. It seems most pro players search for a good reed. From what I've read, shaving what are considered "bad reeds" can make them good. Without reed shaving a box of 10 reeds can easily yield only 2-3 readily playable reeds. We all know that reeds cost an awful lot.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Update (Jan-16-10): As a new feature there is now Sax on the Web Forum Portal Or you can go directly to the SOTW Forum The Sax on the Web article site is still there.Remembering Paul Quinichette! Paul Quinichette (May 17, 1916 - May 25, 1983) was a jazz tenor saxophone musician. He was known as the Vice President or Vice Prez for his uncanny emulation of the breathy style of Lester Young, known as Prez. Young, who affectionately called everyone "Lady ****" (he called Billie Holiday "Lady Day"), called him ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...1548 posts · Joined 2004. #6 · Jul 28, 2017. My shop has sold three tenors and one alto.They are all exceptional playing saxophones.Worth every penny.The are well finished and play better than any other taiwanese made saxophone I have tried. Dirk zeylmans. www.tritone.net.au. Canberra,australia.37smith Discussion starter. 7 posts · Joined 2019. #1 · Oct 30, 2019. I recently purchased a Buescher Aristocrat tenor sax for my 14yr old daughter. She wanted an older sax but not too old because of price for one and also, from what we’ve read, the finger action on older ones seem to be harder (or at least different) for someone her age.Tales of developing and enhancing a Saxophone site on the WWW. Random observations of playing jazz and blues.Here's hoping this stays on the topic of a Phil Barone Tenor. This write up is being written after a week of having the saxophone, and playing it everyday for a few hours minimum. Firstly, my background. I've been playing for a living now since 95, so I've a few years under my belt. I've worked in various jazz set ups, acoustic solo, duos ...And the C/B is a surprise after saxophone - C is like a saxophone B, B is like a saxophone B plus your thumb operating a key where the saxophone octave key would be. ... Sax on the Web Forum. A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care ...When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission, which supports our community. The Fora platform includes forum software by XenForo.Both the Reference 54 and AWO1 sound great; the AWO1 was just a smidge brighter. The AWO1 is a really free blower, and easier to play overall. The tone is a more focused and intonation is spot-on with minimal adjustment on my end. My wife commented that I look much more comfortable playing the AWO1. Finish on the AWO1 is excellent …Tom-Sax. 12 posts · Joined 2004. #3 · Jun 30, 2004. I was shopping around today and played on a "made by Selmer" Prelude TS700 tenor that was really decent. It was, frankly, the only beginner horn I tried in that particular shop that didn't need some minor adjusting and leak fixes. It was very much "ready to go."This is my first post on saxontheweb! I hope it is in the right place. I have been playing alto for about 15 years and recently decided to pick up a tenor. I bought this 1966 Conn 16M from the original owner. The story goes that he played it for one year in high school and gave up, and recently rediscovered it in the basement after 43 years.Therefore, this is my COMPLETE review and story. Jean Paul TS-400 “Intermediate” Tenor Saxophone. Purchased January, 2021 from Amazon for $700. (Currently $980 on Amazon : 11/6/2023) I played it about 2.5 years until October, 2023 mostly in a community concert band. Sold on GearExchange for $500 plus shipping.The world of sports is not just about the athletes and their performances on the field. It’s also about the passionate fans who support their favorite teams and engage in discussio...Just got my 110B (that I've been waiting for since late January) from Ron today. While waiting I tried modifying a yamaha 5C with a baffle, tried a Runyon quantum 9, and a HR berg 110/1. The RPC beats them all. Projection has always been a problem in the upper registers for me on bari-the harmonic content of the RPC makes it cut!

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For the past 25 years, I've played saxophone all over the world in symphony orchestras, clubs, theatres, and festivals and in award-winning West End shows. You might have also heard my sax sounds on top-rating TV shows like "24" and "Bones". Fair to say, I've learned a lot about playing saxophone - and teaching it.

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