Recent Examples of saxophone from the Web
In each case, Davis’s muted trumpet is as delicate as a daisy while Coltrane’s saxophone is a tornado of soul and brawn.
The German collection society GEMA awarded 81-year-old jazz legend and saxophone player Klaus Doldinger with the lifetime achievement award at the Deutscher Musikautorenpreis (German music authors prize), held on March 15 in Berlin.
Purrazzo, who manages properties by day, met Nelson through his oldest brother, Tony Purrazzo, who played saxophone in jazz band with Nelson from middle school and beyond.
Aurora Nealand plays soprano saxophone and clarinet.
Every first-chair saxophone player in high school is losing it.
When Benny Golbin, 36, didn’t show up to play saxophone for a Steely Dan cover band in Seal Beach on a Friday night in January 2016, his family knew something was wrong.
Irwin had played saxophone and piano throughout his life.
Zoot Sims was there, blowing life into his saxophone as listeners swooned nearby.
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Origin and Etymology of saxophone
First Known Use: 1851See Words from the same year
SAXOPHONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of saxophone for English Language Learners
: a musical instrument that has a curved metal tube and that is played by blowing into a mouthpiece and pressing keys with your fingers
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