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The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is the saxophone.


Six Superlative Sources

· The Art of Saxophone Playing, by Larry Teal, Summy-Birchard Company, 1963.

· Adolphe Sax (1814-1894): His Life and Legacy, by Wally Horwood, Egon Publishers, Ltd., 1980.

· The Cambridge Companion To The Saxophone, edited by Richard Ingham, Cambridge University Press, 1998.

· 150 Years of Music for Saxophone, by Jean-Marie Londeix, Roncorp Publications, 1995.

· Jean-Marie Londeix: Master of the Modern Saxophone, by James C. Umble, Roncorp Publications, 2000.

· Saxophone Soloists and Their Music (1844-1985): An Annotated Bibliography, by Harry Gee, Indiana University Press, 1986.

Other Excellent Sources

· THE NORTH AMERICAN SAXOPHONE ALLIANCE, organization of professional saxophonists.

· The Saxophone Symposium, Journal of The North American Saxophone Alliance, published annually.

· The Early History of the Saxophone, by Frederick Hemke, 1975, doctoral dissertation published by University Microfils International.

· Celebrating the Saxophone, by Paul Lindemeyer, Hearst Books, 1998.

· The Saxophone Journal, published six times each year by Dorn Publications.

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