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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000808.txt from 1999/06

From: "Fernando Silveira" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] Soprano Sax?
Date: Sun, 27 Jun 1999 18:48:50 -0400

I own a Yamaha soprano saxophone.
I would recomend all of the major lables, like Selmer, Yamaha, Yanagisawa,
I bought my Yamaha because I felt it more confortable for a clarinet player
that double on sax.

Good luck

Fernando Silveira
Principal Clarinet - National Symphony - Brazil
Clarinet & Saxophone Professor - Rio de Janeiro University
Phone (55)(21) 613-4229
Fax (55)(21)716-2248
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De: Cynthia M. Lee <>
Data: Domingo, 27 de Junho de 1999 15:07
Assunto: [kl] Soprano Sax?

>I apologize for asking about saxophones on the Klarinet list... but here
>goes. I play clarinet and guitar in a Praise Band at my church. My group
>has asked that I start playing soprano sax as well. (Guess that they are
>getting tired of my classical clarinet style!) I have been thinking about
>picking up the sax for a long time, so twisting my arm was easy. I am
>looking for recommendations on a soprano sax to buy. I plan to start
>trying different makes and models this week, but would welcome any
>suggestions on models to try or those to avoid. I am looking for a quality
>instrument, not just a beginner or student model. I currently live in The
>Netherlands, so European models would be acceptable but not required.
>Please e-mail me privately so we don't contaminate the Klarinet list too
>Thanks in advance, and I'll see you in Belgium.
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