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- Arkansas Saxophone Quartet
In the Beginning . . . The Saxophone Quartet
- Carina Rascher
The Glazounov Concerto - Back to the Roots
- Carlos Lopez-Real
Articulation in jazz saxophone - contrasts in approach to both mechanics and the musical application of articulation within the improvised jazz line, using several key saxophonists as examples.
- David DeBoor Canfield
Lecture on Pictures at an Exhibition - the world's most arranged piece of classical music, with an accompanying performance by Kenneth Tse of the newest arrangement by David DeBoor Canfield.
- David Nabb
New Developments in Saxophones for Disabled Persons
- Eric Nestler/Xiao-Bo Nestler
Henri Tomasi's Concerto for alto saxophone and orchestra - Taking a New Look at an Old Standard
- Francisco Martinez
The saxophone in the work of Luis de Pablo: The Importance of research for the interpretation
- Fred Skiff & Kenneth Tse
A brief discussion of saxophone acoustics with application to a computer programme for the analysis of tone quality
- Jean-Marie Londeix
Debussy and the 'Rhapsody for Saxophone'
- Jon Gudmundson
The Bari Players: Great Jazz and Pop Baritonists, including a few you may not have heard of...
- Julia Nolan
Artistry Through Pedagogy: Conversations with Fred Hemke, Eugene Rousseau, and Donald Sinta.
- Mark Watkins and Raymond Smith
The Saxophonist's Vocal Tract: X-Rays and Endoscopes Are Interesting, But How Can I Use Them In Teaching?
- Matthew Styles
Muscular Dysfunction and the Injured Saxophone Embouchure
- Philippe Geiss
Karlax, a new multimedia instrument
- Rick VanMatre
Creating Variety in Free Improvisation
- Sigma Project & Aizpea Goenaga
Saxophone music at the Basque-Navarre Association of Composers: Ramon Lazkano & Felix Ibarrondo
- Thomas Liley
Marcel Mule, Sigurd Rascher, and the Saxophone
- Tim Armacost
Inside/Outside : Training to be a Great Improviser
- Wildy Zumwalt and Carina Rascher
Sigurd M. Rascher : A Retrospective of his Life and Career
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