Tag Archive: baritone sax

Nov 29 2012

The Steve Goodson Baritone Sax

Professional baritone saxophonist Steve Goodson has designed his own baritone saxophone to address all of the problems found in most baritone saxophones (especially newer models). All of these updates look great! A low Bb model would be a beautiful thing, but is unlikely to ever see the light of day because it is not economically feasible.

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Jun 10 2012

Glenn Wilson’s new project

Glenn Wilson has a fantastic new CD out. It features the music of the Late Thomas Chapin (a fantastic wind instrumentalist, and baritone saxophonist as well).

You can listen to samples and get it on CDBaby, or head over to Glenn’s website to find out more about it. The arrangements are incredibly well written and performed, and …

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Jun 03 2012

New site is up, Frank Basile’s new project!

Welcome to the new JazzBariSax.com! The new framework of the site will allow for much more interactivity and more frequent updates. We will now be able to feature new releases, reviews, upcoming gigs and all sorts of amazing baritone branded events. We also are hoping to get some new articles to celebrate the re-launch of …

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May 22 2012

A baritone HANG in NYC!

On Thursday May 10th, 2012 Claire Daly and Andrew Hadro co-hosted a veritably massive hang for all of the baritone saxophonists in the NYC area. We had a great turnout, and an even better time talking all things baritone. Claire graciously offered her loft space and JazzBariSax.com provided the snacks.

We were lucky enough to …

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