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Episode 307: Adolphe Sax
The inventor of the saxophone was Adolphe Sax and he was born in Belgium. This month is international sax month because his birthday is in November... on the 6th actually. He was born in 1814 and that would make this the second centennial of his birth. Most of the instruments he invented were actually done from his workshop in Paris, and there is a complete family of instruments known as saxhorns. And, they weren’t all reed instruments, either. It gets a little complicated because several inventors worked on these horns, but he either invented the flugelhorn and the euphonium or made major contributions to their development.
Finale: Concerto for Sax, Joseph Lulloff soloist: Steven Bryant
      Michigan State Wind Symphony, Kevin Sedatole
Wood: Concerto For Soprano Saxophone And Wind Ensemble: John Mackey
      Oklahoma State Wind Ensemble, Joseph Missal
Dialogues for Saxophone Quartet, Winds and Percussion: James Curnow
      US Air Force Heritage of America Band
Body And Soul (Flugel Solo): Green, George Hamilton
      Grimethorpe Colliery Band, Garry Cutt
Duet From Lakme (Matt Baker, Solo Cornet; Steve Drury, Solo Flugelhorn): 
      James Curnow
Concerto for Euphonium and Brass Band: Philip Wilby
      Black Dyke Band, Nicholas Childs http://music.msu.edu/performance/student-ensembles/bandshttp://bands.okstate.edu/http://www.classicsonline.com/catalogue/product.aspx?pid=953623&affid=166http://www.grimethorpeband.com/http://www.curnowmusicpress.com/http://www.classicsonline.com/catalogue/product.aspx?pid=667894&affid=166shapeimage_5_link_0shapeimage_5_link_1shapeimage_5_link_2shapeimage_5_link_3shapeimage_5_link_4shapeimage_5_link_5
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