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    Hi all,
    i have finally decided to have a website of my own. Here's what I have so far:

    www.asmithsax.com

    Cheers,
    Andrew

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    The great Alexandre DOISY - http://www.alexandredoisy.com
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    Richard Ducros - http://www.richard-ducros.fr/
    Who according to the website has a recording of him performing the Glazunov concerto with Lauba's cadenza.

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    Some spanish saxophonists:
    Antonio Felipe
    Zavasax
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    I want to report a very interesting jazz quartet with the saxophonist Corrado Zanetti

    Here the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EECkKMsJs2o

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    Soprano: New soprano coming soon; Vintage C-Mel Tenor project: Evette-Schaeffer, Buffet-Crampon Clarinet: Yamaha
    Alto: Noblet "Face" model (Designed by Dolnet?, made in the Beaugnier factory under Dolnet management for LeBlanc under the Noblet label. That's the musical instrument business.);

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    Soprano: New soprano coming soon; Vintage C-Mel Tenor project: Evette-Schaeffer, Buffet-Crampon Clarinet: Yamaha
    Alto: Noblet "Face" model (Designed by Dolnet?, made in the Beaugnier factory under Dolnet management for LeBlanc under the Noblet label. That's the musical instrument business.);

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    Soprano: New soprano coming soon; Vintage C-Mel Tenor project: Evette-Schaeffer, Buffet-Crampon Clarinet: Yamaha
    Alto: Noblet "Face" model (Designed by Dolnet?, made in the Beaugnier factory under Dolnet management for LeBlanc under the Noblet label. That's the musical instrument business.);

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    Greetings from the UK!

    Andy Scott is perhaps one of the most important and creative classical tenor players out there along with Jim Houlik! Andy's cd 'My Mountain Top' is in my view one of the most important records of modern classical tenor playing!

    Andy Scott ~ Tenor Saxophonist and Composer (UK)

    And this is me:

    Matt London ~ Saxophonist, Composer and Blogger (UK)

    I will be recording a free improv cd at the end of the year with tenor legend Paul Dunmall. I am also in the very early stages of planning my first classical tenor cd!
    Matt London ~ Saxophonist, Composer & Blogger - mattlondonmusic.com
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    My new website is finally here: www.ollipekkatuomisalo.com

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    It looks like Eugene Rousseau's website has been redone. It's fantastic!

    http://www.eugene-rousseau.com/INDEX.htm

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    Dr. Rousseau's new website is www.eugene-rousseau.com. There are links to his publications, arrangements and recordings, as well as information on his career, teachers and students who have their own studios. There are some video lessons from the Yamaha Steps To Excellence series, too.

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    Hi, I teach in the Toronto area. I recently checked out Angel's Facebook page with the list of Classical saxophonists' websites. Fabulous list!! I didn't see Wallace Halladay on the list. He's a Canadian saxophonist, who teaches saxophone at University of Toronto. He has two Naxos albums that I'm aware of, when I checked the naxos.com site. I particularly like the "Northern Winds" album -listen to "Dream Dancer" by Michael Colgrass -features Wallace Halladay. Also, Olivier Messiaen's "Oiseaux exotiques" is a cool piece. Here's a plug for naxos.com -you can sign up as a free subscriber to listen to part of their tracks, or you can subscribe as a member for around US $20 per year I believe. They have quite a good database. Has anyone tried the Naxos Music Library -I'm considering subscribing -you apparently can access PDF's of the album liner notes, as well as other great features for educators.

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    Don't forget these websites:
    Gary Louie (http://www.garylouie.net)
    Steven Mauk (http://faculty.ithaca.edu/mauk/)

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    Soprano: New soprano coming soon; Vintage C-Mel Tenor project: Evette-Schaeffer, Buffet-Crampon Clarinet: Yamaha
    Alto: Noblet "Face" model (Designed by Dolnet?, made in the Beaugnier factory under Dolnet management for LeBlanc under the Noblet label. That's the musical instrument business.);

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    Last year I created my personal website: www.noahbedrin.com

    I am trying to promote the baritone saxophone as solo instrument and have posted some recordings and videos on the site. Check it out and enjoy!
    Alto: Buescher New Aristocrat / Buescher mpc. and lig.
    Bari: Buescher Big B / Sigurd Raschèr mpc. / Sedelmaier lig.

    http://www.noahbedrin.com / www.tetraphonics.de

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    Soprano: Selmer Paris Series III Selmer Paris S90 170 + Vandoren Traditional 3.5 Selmer Paris Silver Ligature
    Alto: Selmer Paris Series III
    Selmer Paris S80 C* + D'Addario Reserve 3.0+
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    www.heaneymusic.com


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