This website has been up for a bit but I just recently redid it. Will probably be making more revisions, but at least I think it's presentable now.
baritone saxophonist, Mana Quartet
soprano saxophonist, Project Fusion
Here is the new website of the Scottish saxophone player, Carole Sutherland :
She plays in recitals, orchestras and chamber ensembles and also runs the Auriga Ensemble.
Our own Drakesaxprof.
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Just finished building my website.
Loads of cool stuff, for sale and will be posting sections on the forum page about instruments, music, players etc.
check it out and join the mailing list
Sop: S992 silver neck. Alto: A9930 goldplate neck. Tenor: T992 unlacq. Baritone: B992 silver neck.
Awesome thread. I'm going to have to spend some time browsing these web pages.
I'm surprised to not see Styliani Tartsinis on this thread. Here's her site.
Anubis Quartet has a new, in progress website. The web address will hopefully change soon, but go check out our site, listen to recordings, have a good time!
Tetraphonics saxophon quartett has a MySpace page!
Come check us out and let's be friends! So far I am not the baritone on the recordings that are posted, but hopefully that will change before too long.
Please check out the new website for the Zzyzx Quartet:
We will be adding more audio in the coming weeks, but there are some nice recordings up of the Tango Virtuoso by Escaich, KLONOS by Swerts, They Might Be Gods by Leszczyński, and Suite by Norman. Please have a look around!
just updated it a few months ago and working on new CD coming out soon.
Theodoros Kerkezos is a brillant saxophonist from Greece.
Here are some more excellent saxophonists that I know very well.
The Oasis Quartet (they are about to release an album...featuring James Romain, Nathan Nabb, Dave Camwell, and James Bunte): http://www.oasisquartet.com/
Nathan Nabb (professor of saxophone at Morehead State University and someone who has inspired me to continue to play and study music): http://www.nathannabbmusic.com/
Dave Camwell (professor of saxophone at Simpson College and another fantastic saxophonist): http://www.davecamwell.com/
James Bunte (professor of saxophone at CCM at the University of Cincinnati): http://www.jamesbunte.com/
This has already been posted but here is the link to James Romain's site as well: http://www.jimromainmusic.com/live/
New site for Habanera.
How good are the videos on this new site!!!
Seriously. I nearly lost it when I heard the fourth movement of the Ravel.
Lots of free classical sheet music for sax at this web site
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