Sep 17 2014

New Lars Gullin Transcription

lars2We’ve just added a new Lars Gullin transcription to the transcription collection. Thanks goes out to Francesco Badaloni for sending this in to us.

Head over to the transcription page and check it out!

Sep 15 2014

Frank Basile all week Sept 16-20 at Dizzy’s in NYC!

Frank BasileCatch baritone phenom Frank Basile all of this week at the late night series at Dizzy’s club in New York City!


Tuesday, September 16th – Saturday September 20th
Frank Basile/Steve Fishwick Sextet featuring Osian Roberts
11:30 pm
Dizzy’s Late Night Session

Aug 23 2014

An assembly of baritone saxophones

On August 21st 2014 8 baritone saxophonists assembled to take part in an performance art project in Peekskill, NY.

Truly a unique sound! More footage to come later. Part of Fit the Battle – A commemoration of the life and legacy of Paul Robeson. More info at




Jul 22 2014

Calling all baritone saxophonists!

Calling all Baritone Saxophones to Fit the Battle from justin randolph thompson on Vimeo.

“Performance_August 21st at the Hudson Vally Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY. For more information or to participate write to with ‘Fit the Battle’ in the subject line.
Fit the Battle is a performance and commemoration created for Peekskill, NY that honors singer, Civil Rights activist, actor and athlete Paul Robeson and his celebrated baritone voice. The piece uses monumental sculpture and the largest ever gathering of Baritone Saxophones to immortalize the fervor and spirit of this critical figure of American history and his global reaching vision of unity. The industrial past of Peekskill and the cultural diversity of its population echo the cry for solidarity of working people that Robeson voiced with eloquence and determination. This project seeks the power of community to become a temporary monument. The project is directed by Justin Randolph Thompson in collaboration with Bradly Dever Treadaway and Jason Thompson.The work is supported and coordinated by Salem Art Works. Spread the word.”

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