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Saxophones Selmer

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Saxophones Adolphe Sax

Soprano

Alto

Tenor

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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 

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A saxophone quartet is a musical ensemble composed of four saxophones, typically soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones

 

Composer Jean-Baptiste Singelee had written works for four saxophones in the 19th century.

These included Allegro de concert, and Grand Quatuor Concertant en 3 Parties.

In 1878, the Gilmour Band featured a quartet of saxophones which included Edouard Lefèbre, a soloist in the band.

Lefèbre went on to form his own saxophone quartet in 1905 with a repertoire of transcriptions.

 

Rare saxophone quartet.

Soprano en Bb # 18.xxx

Alto en Mib # 36.xxx Offert à la fanfare de Cannes en 1865

Ténor en Bb # 31.xxx

Baryton en Bb # 18.xxx

 

 

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