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Cafe Saxophone - the ideal online establishment for saxophone players to meet, have a chat, a debate, listen to and critique each others' playing, share ideas or just find stuff out. Players (old & new), teachers, students, saxophone manufacturers, retailers - all are welcome to contribute.

You don't need to be an expert, just have a love of the saxophone and saxophone players. Maybe you are a teacher with some unique or exciting method or a you could be a world class touring and recording artist. Maybe you are a beginner with some frustrating experiences and solutions to share. Whatever, there is something here for you to teach and/or learn.

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  1. kevgermany
  2. U CAN CALL ME AL

    Oct-2017 'Ballads from the 70's'

    Hi @nigeld Nicely played. Good tone subtle vibrato. Not sure how ‘dry’ the recording is and not sure I would try out a new mic on a sop, but sounded very pleasant to my ears. Kind regards Al

  3. Jeanette

    Beginner Still looking for beginners music

    @Lyn Brown You will also find some very good books and useful advice on our sister site here I note there is a discount available at the moment too :) TTS Vol 1 & 2 are great for beginners oh and you will want vol 3 so might as well buy them all...

  4. Halfers

    Beginner Impro

    I'm glad you enjoyed it, Mike. I often put this kind of stuff on when the House is empty and I just want to chill out or do some work. I've really enjoyed what I've Hear of Keith Jarrett. I've not heard any David Lanz, so I will check him out....

  5. Targa

    For Sale JP Tenor

    Didn't need the word 'British' either.