Saxophones Can Be Family Heirlooms

From working instruments to meaningful heirlooms: How saxophones can be a meaningful part of a family’s history On Tuesday night I was at rehearsal with the Moonliters—the Big Band I play with—and we had a substitute tenor player sitting in. Jeff (not his real name) mentioned to me that the …

Continue reading

Review Of An A.E. Sax C-Pitched Tenor Sax

Adolphe Edouard Sax C-pitched tenor saxophone Country of origin: France Date of manufacturing: 1907-1928 1 (Likely prior to Selmer’s takeover of the Sax company). Date of Review: 2017 It was in November 2012 that I wrote about a A.E. Sax C-pitched tenor sax that belonged to a fellow who lives …

Continue reading