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Saxophones Selmer

Sopranino

Soprano

Alto

Tenor

Baryton

Bass

Saxophones Adolphe Sax

Soprano

Alto

Tenor

Baryton

Flûtes

Flûtes by Thomas Lot

Silver flûtes by Louis Lot

Wooden flûtes by Louis Lot

Piccolos flûtes by Louis Lot

Flûtes by Clair Godfroy

Flûtes by Auguste Bonneville

Recorders XVIII em Century

Other Wooden Flûtes

Other Silver Flutes 

Woodwind

French Bassoons

Heckel Bassoons

Clarinets

Sarrusophones

Oboes

English-Horns

Musettes-Bigpipes

Brasswind

Cornets

Trombones

Ophicleides

Bugles-Keys

Serpents

Natural-Horns

Mandolins

Luigi Embergher

Raffaele Calace

Gelas

Vinaccia

Miscellaneous

Strings

Classical Guitars

Romantic Guitars

Jazz Guitars

Lyre Guitars

Harps

Hurdy-Gurdy

Bow

Violin-Viola d'Amore-Quinton

Miscellaneous

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Charles-Joseph Sax 1 February 1790 – 26 April 1865 was a Belgian  musical instrument maker.

 

His son was Adolphe Sax who invented the saxophone, the saxhorn and the saxotromba.

Charles-Joseph Sax was a maker of wind and brass instruments, as well as of pianos, harps, and guitars.

Charles-Joseph Sax was a great instrument maker, and made sure his son had a good education and a leg to stand on for his future.

He was a careful, strict, and kind father to his son, Adolphe Sax, and played a big part in his son's successful career.

 

Rare flûte by Charles Joseph Sax. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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