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Super Action 80 Series II sopranino saxophone

The E-flat sopranino saxophone is regarded as a very delicate instrument with respect to both its playing approach as well as its fabrication. It is the highest voice in the saxophone family and is used more and more frequently in the contemporary repertoire. 

The Henri SELMER Paris “Super Action 80 Series II” Sopranino features good overall blowing and attractive timbre: despite its high pitch, it has a warm sound that is very close to the E-flat alto.

It fully fits into the “Super Action 80 Series II” spirit, while asserting a real personality.

Super Action 80 Series II soprano

The B-flat soprano saxophone “Super Action 80 Series II” represents a significant advance in the overall design of the soprano and asserts itself as a particularly interesting model in terms of sound colour.

A beautifully toned instrument, rich in high harmonics, it has excellent projection power.

Its design (a one-piece tube) ensures great playing stability, particularly as regards accuracy of pitch and blowing.

Accessories included : S80 C* B-flat Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece Clear Lacquer, B-flat Soprano Saxophone Light Case.

Series III soprano

With the introduction of the “Series III” Soprano, the world of the Soprano opens up to the musician.

Summit of the Henri SELMER Paris range, the "SERIES III" soprano's effortless ergonomics are particularly attractive for the non-specialist, featuring a playing technique similar to that of the alto and tenor.

A flexible instrument, with an easy sound modulation and a smooth, warm tone, it displays a rich timbre without aggressivity particularly in the upper register (altissimo), a very homogeneous and stable pitch and an expanded range, thanks to its high G key.

The functioning and positioning of all the left-hand little finger spatulas in the low register, and left-hand little finger C/E-flat spatulas are optimized.

Axos Alto

As all our top-of-the-range instruments, the Axos model continues the tradition of craftsmanship manufacturing integrating new industrial techniques.

Since its release in 2015, it is the ideal instrument for musicians who want to purchase a professional saxophone at a more affordable price. Aiming to make quality instruments available to a greater number of musicians, Axos provides playing comfort with its specially adapted keywork as well as great mechanical reliability. Many students, amateurs and professionals alike have adopted it.

On the occasion of its fifth anniversary, the Axos alto has been given a specific darker lacquer whose warm colour is similar to that of the other models.The “second generation” Axos also offers a specific floral engraving for a high quality alto.

Super Action 80 Serie II alto

The “Super Action 80 Series II” alto is without doubt the world’s most popular professional alto saxophone.

Its very open, harmonically rich sound and excellent projective power make it a particularly versatile instrument.

In classic and jazz, its sound power and wide dynamic range make it the instrument of choice, ideal in the Quartet as well as in larger groups or concert bands. The extremely well-balanced mechanism offers great precision in playing.

Series III alto

The “Series III” alto saxophone is part of the “Selmer sound” tradition: open and centred, it offers the musician pure playing pleasure. Capable of responding to the slightest inflection of breath, it allows each person the chance to express oneself in complete freedom.

Perfectly balanced overall tuning (octave ratios) and a remarkably staged upper register, with the double C sharp mechanism, are compelling features of the "Series III". Its acoustic, mechanical and ergonomic qualities make it a first-class instrument, one that is superbly suited to the needs and uses of our time.

Reference Alto

The "Reference" Alto exhibits a strong personality for an instrument of such modern design and manufacture, and each musician will recognise the original “Mark VI” feeling.

Acoustics, ergonomic features and aesthetics evoke the spirit of this celebrated model :

  • rich, round tone colour, very centred blowing and exceptional tuning balance,
  • compact and precise keywork, comfortable handling,
  • a specific finish with a fine engraving and dark lacquer.

The “Reference” Alto stands out for its great ease of playing, flexibility and power, giving free rein to each person's expressiveness.

 

Supreme alto

After 100 years of innovation, design, and manufacturing of the saxophone, Henri SELMER Paris redefines the modern identity of the alto saxophone with the Supreme.

The creation of the Supreme embodies the culmination of one century of expertise, combined with a perfectly mastered manufacturing process that lives up to the ambitions of the SELMER company.

The Supreme is characterized by a perfectly balanced tuning, infinite sound colors, and a great ease of response. It hides the natural and inherent constraints of the saxophone - the playing limitations are non-existent. Its roundness and projection capacity make it an instrument that is both traditional and resolutely modern. The refinement and care taken in its manufacture, as well as its entirely corrected ergonomics, reveal an enjoyment and evidence of playing that has never been seen before.

Super Action 80 Series II Tenor

Thanks to its musical attributes, the tenor “Super Action 80 Series II” has forged itself a solid reputation in the world of the tenor saxophone. It boasts unmatchable tuning over the whole range, an open sound very rich in harmonics and excellent projection power.

This powerful sound, combined with an exceptional blowing ease, makes the “Super Action 80 Series II” a highly flexible instrument. Its particularly well-balanced mechanism offers comfortable handling and great playing precision.

Series III Tenor

With the “Series III” tenor, the Selmer legend continues: incorporating numerous qualities from previous models, it asserts itself with a sound and dynamic range that make it the instrument of the greats.

Acoustically, the “Series III” tenor is a particularly versatile instrument, allowing the musician to explore a multiplicity of sound colours according to concept and material.

A real pleasure to play, with a generous lower register and easy subtones, its excellent response, striking pitch and balanced ergonomics will create a close relationship between musician and instrument, an essential condition for musical expressiveness.

Reference 36 Tenor

“Reference” is a new Selmer Paris concept which combines acoustic or ergonomic characteristics of several famous previous Selmer Paris models with the qualities of today’s top design and manufacture.

The “Reference” series currently proposes two tenor saxophone versions : “Reference 36” and “Reference 54”.

Each model has a specific tone colour:

  • the “Reference 36” features a rich, open tone, in the tradition of “Balanced Action” first released in 1936.
  • The more centred “Reference 54” incorporates the famous “Mark VI” design, which came out in 1954.

 

Reference 54 Tenor

“Reference” is a new Selmer Paris concept which combines acoustic or ergonomic characteristics of several famous previous Selmer Paris models with the qualities of today’s top design and manufacture.

The “Reference” series currently proposes two tenor saxophone versions : Reference 36 and Reference 54.

Each model has a specific tone colour: the “Reference 36” features a rich, open tone, in the tradition of “Balanced Action” first released in 1936. The more centred “Reference 54” incorporates the famous “Mark VI” design, which came out in 1954.

Axos tenor

Designed and manufactured in our workshops in Mantes-la-Ville, the care taken in the manufacture of the Axos tenor by our craftsmen shows the same level of demand and know-how as its predecessors. As an entry-level professional saxophone, it has the same qualities of great flexibility, accuracy and projection as the other Henri SELMER Paris saxophones.

Its great ease of playing and rich timbre make it an ideal instrument to ‘‘tame’’ the tenor, whatever the level of playing. The simplified neck fitting and the special pads amplify this ease of response.The fingers rest naturally on its strong, durable, and ergonomically comfortable keywork.

The warm lacquer shade and the finesse of its engraving are the hallmarks of a great tenor.

Super Action 80 Series II Baritone

The 'Super Action 80 Series II' baritone offers excellent consistency of sound over the whole register, without break-up between low and high notes.

It develops a particularly warm and mellow tone, thus sublimating the features characteristic to this instrument.

Series III Baritone

The Series III baritone opens the way to an original repertoire and soloist destiny, following in the path of the bass clarinet.

  • With unparalleled tuning balance, its tone colour is remarkably even, including in the extreme registers.
  • The sound, rich in overtones and embracing a full range of tonalities, is accessible to all styles of music.
  • The reduction in size of several soldered parts (ribs, bow guards…) and changes to the neck have been designed to optimize resonance: the instrument is immediately responsive to the musician’s slightest touch, without any loss of energy. It offers increased possibilities with great playing comfort.
  • Compact keywork and a close grip enables enhanced dexterity and speed approaching that of the alto saxophone: playing through registers is made easy and further facilitated by natural handling. 
  • Finally, a lighter overall weight and the peg system attached to the bell frees the musician from handling constraints. With the new Series III, the baritone finally comes into its own genuine identity.
Super Action 80 Series II Bass

The bass saxophone is an extremely rare and demanding instrument. With the evolution of repertoires instruments with extreme ranges are more and more requested.

The SELMER 'Super Action 80 Series II' bass saxophone is particularly adapted to this new trend: its design and acoustic features enable it to be more than just a 'support' instrument and to play more in overtones as well as any other instrument with a more conventional range.

It offers a real technical virtuosity through optimized ergonomics.

Accessories (19)
E-flat sopranino saxophone S80 mouthpiece

Available for the entire range of saxophones, the S80 has achieved an unprecedented level of popularity and is widely regarded as the reference mouthpiece of today.

It is characterized by its very warm grained, broad and full toned sound.

Table openings : C* (1.10 mm), D (1.20 mm).

Table length : 16 mm.

Chamber : square.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

B-flat soprano saxophone S80 mouthpiece

Available for the entire range of saxophones, the S80 has achieved an unprecedented level of popularity and is widely regarded as the reference mouthpiece of today.

It is characterized by its very warm grained, broad and full toned sound.

Table openings : C* (1.17 mm), C** (1.22 mm), D (1.27 mm), E (1.32 mm), F (1.37 mm).

Table length : 18 mm.

Chamber : square.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

E-flat alto saxophone S80 mouthpiece

Available for the entire range of saxophones, the S80 has achieved an unprecedented level of popularity and is widely regarded as the reference mouthpiece of today.

It is characterized by its very warm grained, broad and full toned sound.

Table openings : C (1.45 mm), C* (1.55 mm), C** (1.65 mm), D (1.75 mm), E (1.85 mm), F (1.95 mm), G (2.05 mm). 

Table length : 24 mm.

Chamber : square.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

B-flat tenor saxophone S80 mouthpiece

Available for the entire range of saxophones, the S80 has achieved an unprecedented level of popularity and is widely regarded as the reference mouthpiece of today.

It is characterized by its very warm grained, broad and full toned sound.

Table openings : C* (1.90 mm), C** (2.00 mm), D (2.10 mm), E (2.20 mm), F (2.30 mm). 

Table length : 23 mm

Chamber : square.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

E-flat baritone to low A saxophone S80 mouthpiece

Available for the entire range of saxophones, the S80 has achieved an unprecedented level of popularity and is widely regarded as the reference mouthpiece of today.

It is characterized by its very warm grained, broad and full toned sound.

Table openings : C* (2.05 mm), C** (2.15 mm), D (2.25 mm), E (2.35 mm),  F (2.45 mm)

Table length : 27 mm.

Chamber : square.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

B-flat bass saxophone S80 mouthpiece

Available for the entire range of saxophones, the S80 has achieved an unprecedented level of popularity and is widely regarded as the reference mouthpiece of today.

It is characterized by its very warm grained, broad and full toned sound.

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

B-flat soprano saxophone S90 mouthpiece

The S90 can be considered the universal mouthpiece. Producing a very direct, homogeneous sound with great flexibility and suppleness, this balanced mouthpiece will meet the needs of both students and professionals alike. An efficient and responsive mouthpiece, it produces excellent high notes. Being stable and reliable, the S90 is naturally appropriate for all types of music style.

Table openings : 170 (1.07 mm), 180 (1.12 mm), 190 (1.17 mm), 200 (1.22 mm).

Table length : 18 mm.

Chamber : square.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

E-flat alto saxophone S90 mouthpiece

The S90 can be considered the universal mouthpiece. Producing a very direct, homogeneous sound with great flexibility and suppleness, this balanced mouthpiece will meet the needs of both students and professionals alike. An efficient and responsive mouthpiece, it produces excellent high notes. Being stable and reliable, the S90 is naturally appropriate for all types of music style.

Table openings : 170 (1.35 mm), 180 (1.45 mm), 190 (1.55 mm), 200 (1.65 mm).

Table length : 24 mm

Chamber : square.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

B-flat tenor saxophone S90 mouthpiece

The S90 can be considered the universal mouthpiece. Producing a very direct, homogeneous sound with great flexibility and suppleness, this balanced mouthpiece will meet the needs of both students and professionals alike. An efficient and responsive mouthpiece, it produces excellent high notes. Being stable and reliable, the S90 is naturally appropriate for all types of music style.

Table openings : 170 (1.70 mm), 180 (1.80 mm), 190 (1.90 mm), 200 (2.00 mm).

Table length : 23 mm.

Chamber : square.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

E-flat baritone to low A saxophone S90 mouthpiece

The S90 can be considered the universal mouthpiece. Producing a very direct, homogeneous sound with great flexibility and suppleness, this balanced mouthpiece will meet the needs of both students and professionals alike. An efficient and responsive mouthpiece, it produces excellent high notes. Being stable and reliable, the S90 is naturally appropriate for all types of music style.

Table openings : 170 (1.85 mm), 180 (1.95 mm), 190 (2.05 mm), 200 (2.15 mm).

Table length : 27 mm.

Chamber : square.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

B-flat soprano saxophone Concept mouthpiece

With the release of the alto saxophone mouthpiece the Concept range has quickly established itself as a new benchmark. Henri SELMER Paris is expanding the Concept family and is unveiling the new Concept mouthpiece for soprano saxophone. Ease of response, with a round and rich sound, the Soprano Concept mouthpiece is characterized by its exterior design, which is above all for the comfort of the musician. The mouth is wider than that of a traditional soprano mouthpiece, this makes switching between instruments (alto/soprano) much easier. Acoustic advances combined with improved ergonomics, serving the musician and the music.

Table opening : 1.06 mm.

Table length : 21 mm.

Chamber : round.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

E-flat alto saxophone Concept mouthpiece

Concept is a model of high acoustic precision, combining ease of playability, richness of sound and great consistency on all parameters. Its innovative and refined design perfectly reflects Henri SELMER Paris' philosophy, which has been committed to meeting the requirements of all musicians since 1885.

Table opening : 1.52 mm.

Table length : 24 mm.

Chamber : round.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

B-flat tenor saxophone Concept mouthpiece

Design & acoustic precision. After the release of the alto and soprano mouthpieces, the Concept range for saxophone quickly stood out as the new reference.

Henri SELMER Paris extends the Concept family and unveils the Concept mouthpiece for Tenor saxophone. Combining ease of playability and a rich tone, the Concept Tenor mouthpiece distinguishes itself by its refined design aiming at the comfort of the musician.

An acoustic promise enhanced by ergonomics at the service of the musician and its music.

Opening: 2.10 mm.

Table length: 27 mm.

Chamber : round.

 

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

E-flat alto saxophone Soloist mouthpiece

Directly inspired by the legendary model made during the Fifties, the Soloist embodies all the qualities which originally made it so successful: a rich, easily modulated sound, it remains centred, homogeneous and warm across the spectrum of playing styles. It delivers a high degree of accuracy, particularly in the attack of the low notes and on the highest notes. These qualities are particularly noted for their stability across all playing styles.

Table openings : C* (1.55 mm), C** (1.65 mm), D (1.75 mm), E (1.85 mm), F (1.95 mm), G (2.05 mm).
Table length : 24 mm.
Chamber : Horse shoe.

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

B-flat tenor saxophone Soloist mouthpiece

Directly inspired by the legendary model made during the Fifties, the Soloist embodies all the qualities which originally made it so successful: a rich, easily modulated sound, it remains centred, homogeneous and warm across the spectrum of playing styles. It delivers a high degree of accuracy, particularly in the attack of the low notes and on the highest notes. These qualities are particularly noted for their stability across all playing styles.

Table openings : C* (1.90 mm), C** (2.00 mm), D (2.10 mm), E (2.20 mm), F (2.30 mm), G (2.40 mm).
Table length : 23 mm.
Chamber : Horse shoe.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

E-flat alto saxophone Spirit mouthpiece

Designed together with Pierrick Pedron, one of the most prominent French Jazz players, the new Selmer Paris Alto saxophone Jazz mouthpiece offers outstanding musical qualities. Machined from a high quality hard rubber bar, an exclusive Selmer Paris process. A great sound: a full spectrum, very rich in low harmonics though keeping a real “cutting through” power. Remarkable enough, the global tone colour remains in its entirety on all registers, specially for the medium register which usually has a trend to loose texture in that kind of mouthpiece conception, a noticeable advantage for recording. A well-balanced tuning and easy control provide a rarely reached playing comfort on a Jazz mouthpiece. An easy blowing mouthpiece with an excellent articulation (detached notes).

“Spirit”, the ultimate must for Jazz mouthpiece !

Table openings : 184 (1.84 mm), 210 (2.10 mm).
Table length : 27mm.
Chamber : Round.

Mouthpiece cushion included.

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

 

B-flat soprano saxophone Super Session mouthpiece

Its characteristically rich grain and roundness, while preserving its dynamic width, allows for true work on colour definition. The Soprano Super Session is easy to blow and remains stable regardless of dynamic levels, displaying an astonishingly rich sound, yet without aggressiveness. Designed especially for jazz, this mouthpiece will live up to the expectations of musicians seeking power, projection, flexibility and a wide dynamic range.

Table openings : E (1.35 mm), F (1.45 mm), G (1.55 mm), H (1.65 mm)
Table length : 24 mm
Chamber : round

Mouthpiece cushion included.

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

E-flat alto saxophone Prologue mouthpiece

From the very first notes, the Prologue mouthpiece is easy to play and its emission and response is second to none. These qualities, as well as its attractive price,make it a great choice for beginner saxophonists.

Drawing on our extensive and know-how, a new material has been chosen for the Prologue design: TPE, a thermoplastic polymer. This material offers outstanding acoustic qualities, similar to the hard rubber used in the conception of the Henri SELMER Paris mouthpieces, as well as a perfect repeatability in production.

Prologue mouthpiece is fitted with its ligature and cap.

Table opening : 1.55 mm
Table length : 24 mm
Chamber : square.

E-flat alto saxophone Claude Delangle mouthpiece

This pioneering bi-material mouthpiece with its unique acoustic and sound properties has been designed in close collaboration with Claude Delangle, this mouthpiece perfectly reflecting his personality. The metal ring characteristic of Adolphe Sax’s first mouthpieces and its cutaway design testify to a privileged relationship between tradition and the latest advances of the Concept family. The gold-plated metal ring lines the entire bore and allows for a denser, fuller sound with increased projection.

The acoustic performance of this new alto saxophone mouthpiece signed “Claude Delangle” will charm saxophone players and audience members alike.

Table opening : 1.65 mm.
Table length : 24 mm.
Chamber : round.
Mouthpiece cushion included.

When you buy this mouthpiece on our website, you will receive a ligature and cap as a gift.

Artists (304)
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Fabien Chouraki
Jean-Pierre Baraglioli
Mariano García
Carlos Gontijo
Carlos Gontijo is a Brazilian saxophonist who dedicates to the research and diffusion of the classical repertoire for the saxophone.
Gerry Lopez
Matthieu Metzger
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Antonino Mollica
Antonino Mollica was born in Messina (Sicily), he obtained a Master’s in saxophone performance at the Messina “Arcangelo Corelli” National...
Diego Núñez
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Oskars Petrauskis
Oskars Petrauskis (born July 31, 1981) is one of Latvia's brightest young musicians, endowed with a fantastic musical instinct.
Javier Valerio
Dr. Javier Valerio is widely recognized as one of the pioneers and leading classical saxophonist in Latin America. He is currently President of the ALASAX...
Miguel Villafruela
Miguel Villafruela holds degrees in Saxophone Performance and Education from Cuba’s Escuela Nacional de Música, where his teachers were Osvaldo...
Jan Gricar
Hugo Schmitt
John Brenner
Carlos Canhoto
Carlos Canhoto is one of the the most qualified Portuguese saxophone players. He was the first Portuguese saxophonist to obtain a PhD in Music (Performance),...
Rodrigo Capistrano
Valentine Michaud
Amit Dubester
Jean-Yves Chevalier
Barry Cockcroft
Saxophonist and composer, Barry Cockcroft’s music has received thousands of performances throughout the world and is played regularly in more...
Yuval Cohen
Soprano saxophonist, composer and bandleader, Yuval Cohen has developed his own unique sound and melodic approach to jazz composition and improvisation,...
Cristina Delgado
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Le « Morphing » est le procédé artistique qui associe deux photos pour en créer une nouvelle, unique. Ces quatre...
Quatuor Laloy
Le Quatuor Laloy est un quatuor de saxophones réunissant quatre jeunes instrumentistes virtuoses partageant, depuis 2008, leur passion de la musique....
Quatuor Habanera
As they are fond of seldom visited musical territories, the musicians of the Habanera Quartet have made their way according to the artists they have met...
Eva Barthas
Jean-Michel Goury
Philippe Lecocq
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Joonatan Rautiola
Saxophonist Joonatan Rautiola is one of today's most recognized young Finnish soloists and a brilliant representative of the new generation of Nordic...
Timothy Roberts
American Saxophonist Timothy Roberts, a native of Richardson, Texas, currently serves as Professor of Saxophone and Chair of the Instrumental Division...
Efrem Roca
Adrien Lajoumard
Miguel Ángel Lorente
Gilles Tressos
Stéphane Sordet
Saxophonist of the ensemble Sillages, after having passed through jazz and improvised music, Stéphane Sordet very quickly turned to contemporary...
Yochk'o Seffer
Yochk'o Seffer was born on July 10, 1939, in Miskolc (Hungary), and arrived in France in 1956. He studied harmony and musical analysis with Nadia Boulanger,...
Serge Bertocchi
Cédric Carceles
Julien Duchet
Michel Goldberg
Samuel Maingaud
Christophe Nègre
Xavier Rosselle
Saxophonist and composer Xavier Rosselle participates in numerous creations and concerts as a performer, improviser or composer in France and abroad.
Abraham Burton
“If the saxophonist Abraham Burton was ever to be drawn in a cartoon, there would be flames coming out of his horn.”  Peter Watrous, The...
Marco Gerboni
Seung Dong Lee
Fernando Ramos
Fernando Ramos is one of Portugal’s most prominent saxophonists. Acquainted to playing both traditional repertoire as well as contemporary, he is...
Gillian Blair
‘An impeccable display of technical mastery... her obvious passion was beautifully controlled, and her meticulous artistic attention to detail could...
Fredrik Brandstorp Olsen
Michael Brogan
Griffin Campbell
Michael Jamieson
Henriette Jensen
Danish saxophonist Henriette Jensen is a very active and accomplished musician, both in chamber music settings and as a soloist.
Matt Styles
One of the truly versatile saxophonists in Australia, Matt Styles can seamlessly traverse, jazz, classical, funk, avant-garde as a performer, educator,...
Jacopo Taddei
Saxophonist Jacopo Taddei is creating sensation on the international classical music scene. Recognized for his brilliant technique, exuberance and finesse,...
JinHo Keem
Joseph Lallo
Joseph Lallo is a Lecturer of Music at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music at the University of Melbourne, and performs internationally as a soloist...
Pedro Carvalho
Mario Ciaccio
Christian Elin
Cleave E. Guyton Jr.
Shyen Lee
Tomás Jerez Munera
Thomas Hornig
« Over the years, I have considered myself extremely lucky to have been in the right place and at the right time in Beirut as the 'American Saxophonist'....
Liang Xie
Chien-Kwan Lin
Robin Nicaise
Matthew Lombard
Erick Alejandro López Casas
Giuseppe Laterza
Greg Reynaert
Mimmo Malandra
Mimmo Malandra is an internationally recognized Italian saxophonist, who works closely with Italian and European composers in order to enhance the expressive...
Pisol Manatchinapisit
Mike McGinnis
Saxophonist, clarinetist and composer Mike McGinnis is a musical explorer unbound by stylistic barriers, unwaveringly individual, curious, and open-minded.
Keiji Munesada
Gordan Tudor
Gordan Tudor is one of his generation's leading musicians, active as a soloist, composer and a pedagogue who performed in almost all European countries...
Pablo Sandí
António Luis Ribeiro
Phil Noy
Yasmin Ogilvie
Alfonso Padilla
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Sara Zazo Romero
Daniel Kientzy
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Lorena Ríos Gómez
David Roach
Thibaut Canaval
Miha Rogina
John W. Sampen
Milan Savić
Alejandro Rivas Pinto
Alex Singleton
Alex Singleton is a professional saxophonist, educator, and repair technician in the Southeast region of the United States.
Noa Mick
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Jerry Bergonzi
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Stéphane Chausse
Moreira Chonguiça
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Steve Coleman
Alvaro Collao León
Alvaro Collao León (Master of Arts, Performance and Education) is a chilean saxophonist based in Vienna (AT), Artistic director of the Tarapacá...
Simon Diricq
Ricky Ford
Antonio García Jorge
Daniel Gauthier
Damiano Grandesso
Stéphane Guillaume
John Harle
John Harle is an Ivor Novello award-winning composer, record producer, and saxophonist whose work spans across musical genres from classical to contemporary...
John Anthony Helliwell
Jonathan Helton
Makoto Hondo
Gaël Horellou
Joshua Hyde
Joshua Hyde is a saxophonist, improviser & composer.
Raphaël Imbert
Ademir Junior
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Jean-Marie Londeix
Joan Martí-Frasquier
Mario Marzi
Lars Mlekusch
Federico Mondelci
Émile Parisien
Julien Petit
Arnold Pol
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Henrique Portovedo
Jean-Charles Richard
Debra Richtmeyer
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Harold Guillén Monge
David Salleras
Jan Schulte-Bunert
Andy Scott
Alex Sebastianutto
Eric Seva
Michal Knot
Frédéric Basquin
Johannes Thorell
Marcus Weiss
Franck Wolf
Sophie Alour
Ronald Alphonse
Hayrapet Arakelyan
Cory Barnfield
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Ronan Baudry
Pedro Pablo Cámara Toldos
François Corneloup
Eli Degibri
Gaetano Di Bacco
Gaetano Di Bacco is one of the Italian saxophonists most present in international concerts since 1984.
Amy Dickson
“Amy Dickson has an individual and unusual tone, luscious, silky smooth, sultry and voluptuous by turns; her phrasing is beautifully finished, her...
Éric Caudron
Carl-Emmanuel Fisbach
A graduate of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (CNSMDP), Carl-Emmanuel Fisbach is a prizewinner in several national...
Mark Fox
Mark Fox, tenor & soprano saxophone and kamal/donso ngoni (Malian harp) player, bandleader, composer/songwriter, recording artist, and producer has...
Chico Freeman
Heralded as one of the most important saxophonists of our time, composer and producer, Chico Freeman has perfected an immediately recognizable approach...
Michel Gaucher
Michel Gaucher is a sax player, composer, arranger and flute player.
Christophe Bois
Max Pinto
Artur Mendes
Nicolas Arsenijevic
"Nicolas Arsenijevic is one of today's saxophonists who has best understood our era, which demands a universal culture from artists. Through his...
Misato Hanawa
Japanese saxophonist Misato Hanawa has firmly established herself as one of the most exciting and distinctive artists of her generation.
Fabrizio Paoletti
Francisco Martinez
Brian McCarthy
Rus Nerwich
Damien Prud'homme
Louis Sclavis
Philippe Sellam
Philippe Sellam was born on the 24th of October 1960 in Alger (Algeria) and lives in Paris (France). he is a composer and saxophonist - soprano, alto,...
Joël Versavaud
Daniel Ko
Jérôme Laran
Mario Giovannelli
Paolo Debenedetto
Alessandro Trianni
Jesús Núñez
Jesús Núñez is a permanent stimulus for composers, who create for him and dedicate his new repertoire to him, and a cultural agitator...
Chiharu Lemarié
Nahikari Oloriz Maya
Emma McPhilemy
“McPhilemy drew the attention and respect of both orchestra and audience. With seemingly effortless control she manipulated her tone from crystalline...
Alberto Arteta
Filippetti Enzo
Alban Darche
Album after album, through an ever increasing number of line-ups and experiences, Alban Darche has been building a highly original, free-spirited and coherent...
Gustavo Firmenich
Sergio Galvão
A remarkably gifted saxophonist-composer and in-demand session player, Brazilian Sérgio Galvão is a talent worthy of wider recognition beyond...
Sylvain Rifflet
Quoting Stan Getz as his main saxophonist influence, Sylvain Rifflet gladly draws in the field of American repetitive and minimalist music to develop a...
Cuarteto de Saxofones PRÉLUDE
Antonio Cánovas Moreno
Ensemble du Bout du Monde
Joonmok Lee
Pepito Ros
Nicola Mogavero
Szymon Nidzworski
Kyle Horch
Marie-Bernadette Charrier
Naomi Sullivan
Javier Linares
Javier Linares is a saxophonist that combines tradition and avant-garde, obtaining as a result a young performer capable of transmitting the broad sentiment...
Michele Selva
Artem Golodnyuk
Lucy Derosier
Gianpaolo Antongirolami
“Antongirolami is a magnetic performer, you can’t stop looking at him to see how intense his interpretation is and how interesting his reading...
Kun Ao
Xelo Giner Antich
“The music is clearly manifested in her personality and charged with overwhelming energy." "Fantastic and incredible, when you play you...
Brian Landrus
“With baritone saxophone in hand, Landrus surfs swinging currents through “The Signs,” waltzes in step and style across “The Miss,”...
Duo Antongirolami-Selva
“First of all, it’s clear that Antongirolami and Selva both play like gods. Their performance is neat, sharp and smooth. [...]”. This...
Allard Buwalda
Laurent Bardainne
Pedro Bittencourt
Pedro Bittencourt is a saxophonist, teacher and researcher dedicated to scholarly music and musical creation.
Vicente Contador
Vicente Contador is a global saxophonist: he plays six saxophones (from sopranino to bass) in any kind of music (classic, contemporary, modern, world music...
Matthieu Delage
Five Sax Quintet
Wayne Shorter
Vittorio Quinquennale
Max Ionata
Quatuor Zahir
An idea comes up, a person we meet, and suddenly it seems obvious. This is the essence of Zahir, the Arabic word for "that which is apparent, explicit",...
Christian Wirth
Patrick Bourgoin
Baptiste Herbin
"Baptiste Herbin does not intend to succeed anyone, nor to eclipse anyone, but simply to play better than everyone and himself" - Michel Contat,...
Antonio Felipe Belijar
Pierrick Pédron
Nikita Zimin
Vincent David
"My music follows my evolution and experience, I like the diversity of styles and ideas. But there are above all influences; I was lulled by the French...
Philippe Geiss
A musician of international fame, Philippe Geiss gives concerts and master classes all over the world. Exceling in very diverse disciplines, he...
Denis Guivarc'h
For long in the shadow of the charismatic Magic Malik, Denis Guivarc’h could be one of the best kept secrets of saxophone. He shared with Magic Malik...
Miguel Zenón
Manu Dibango
Noa Even
Florent Louman
Joakim Ciesla
Jan Berry Baker
Carlos Miyares
Krzysztof Urbański
A multi award winning jazz saxophonist, composer, educator and producer Krzysztof Urbanski, recommended by The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz as one...
Scott Campbell
Julien Dubois
Michellina Chan
Sylvain Cathala
Haruka Inoue
Haruka Inoue is a Japanese saxophonist passionate about expanding the saxophone repertoire, from early baroque to contemporary music.
Thomas Dhuvettere
Pablo Gil
Dr. Pablo Gil Rodulfo is an artist with an original style and a compelling body of work. His creative and professional  activities include jazz performance...
Dan Graser
Associate Professor of Saxophone Dan Graser is emerging as one of the most active performers and pedagogues of his generation.
The Whoop Group
THE WHOOP GROUP is a dangerous musical weapon… Jan A.P. Kaczmarek - Oscar prize winning composer A no-rules saxophone quartet! Christopher Summer...
Timothy McAllister
Massimo Mazzoni
Rosario Giuliani
Gail Levinsky
Wlodzimierz Spodymek
. Sonsax
Taeyoung Kim
Tae-Young Kim is a saxophonist who has recently risen rapidly in Korea. With natural talent from his parents and innate musicality, Tae-Young Kim is rapidly...
Tomislav Žužak
Horace Alexander Young
James Brandon Lewis
"Reevaluation is always on the agenda for James Brandon Lewis, a tenor saxophonist with an impassioned and deeply centered sound" writes Nate...
Tong Yang
Tong Yang is considered to be one of the foremost saxophone pedagogues in China.
Leslie Wong
Tak Chiu Wong
Praised as "fantastic, excellent player" by Gerard Schwarz, conductor of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra and music director of the Eastern Music...
Mamie Jotax
Dmitry Baevsky
"Solidly mainstream yet boldly" - ALL ABOUT JAZZ "There's nothing fragile about Baevsky's playing. His sound is deep and rich,...
Michael Weiss-Holmes
Dr. J. Michael Weiss-Holmes is a talented solo and chamber musician who "is one of the rising young saxophone stars in the United States” Saxophone...
Masanori Oishi
Anatoly Vapirov
Paula Van Goes
Paula Van Goes is "a virtuoso saxophonist that possesses excellent technical attributes and a deep understanding of the music [she] performs"...
Johan Van der Linden
Esneider Valencia Hernández
Elisa Urrestarazu
Jonas Tschanz
Jonas Tschanz, born in Switzerland, appreciates the huge variety of sounds the saxophone has to offer. Therefore he’s interested in playing a broad...
Tino Tracanna
Jean Toussaint
Since Jean Toussaint left Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers in the mid eighties, He hasn’t looked back. Nor has he spent a career trying to repeat...
Loren Stillman
"Loren Stillman is one of New York's best alto saxophonists, and has gained that distinction well before reaching age 30.”  - David...
Anna Stepanova
Ángel Soria
Katia Beaugeais
Hal Singer
Saxophonist, composer, singer and teacher, Hal Singer is a great figure in the history of jazz. He has played all over the world with many jazz legends...
Erzsébet Seleljo
Gino Samyn
Claude Delangle
Dayna Stephens
Géraldine Laurent
Eric Lenormand
Emilio Modeste
Emilio Modeste is a young, New York-based tenor saxophonist and was a member of the late Wallace Roney’s Quintet for the final three years of his...
Carl Raven
Don-Paul Kahl
Described by distinguished American composer John Corigliano as an "artist beyond his time," concert saxophonist, Don-Paul Kahl has performed...
Song Mei
Joonsung Park
Llibert Fortuny
Alexandre Souillart
Alexandre Souillart has become during his career one of the major figures in the musical landscape and a key player on the French saxophone scene.
Melissa Aldana
On her first jazz quartet "Visions", award-winning saxophonist Melissa Aldana connects her work to the legacy of Latina artists who have come...
Octet Nederlands Saxofoon
The Saxophone, Voice of Sax, has a rather extensive family of instruments with an inexhaustible colour spectrum. From the sparkling high sopranino, via...
Quartetto di Sassofoni Accademia
Quartet Milano Saxophone
Quartet Donald Sinta
Hailed as “a tight-knit ensemble exploding with power and virtuosity and an un-concealable ambition to connect with its newly found listeners”...
Saxophone Quartet Melisma
The Melisma Saxophone Quartet is one of the most ambitious and promising chamber music formations of its generation. The quartet’s international...
Saxophone Quartet Signum
«Are they a reincarnation of the Beatles? Four musicians, four young guys with a “naughty boy” image and all the self-confidence of those...
Ensemble Rayuela
Ensemble Eiradís
Ensemble Exigentia
The Exigentia Ensemble was founded in 2017, the group consists of 9 Italian saxophonists, united by different feelings and experiences that performing...
Quatuor Rollin' Phones
Quatuor Élan
Quartet Sigma Project
Summam indicabimus signo Σ. With this statement, one of the most important mathematicians in history, Léonard Euler, inaugurated in 1755 the...
Trio Saxo Clone
Aina Helgeland Davidsen
Christophe Fourmaux
Rob Buckland
Rob Buckland has crafted a career around his primary work as a saxophonist that defies categorisation. Moving effortlessly between genres, performing as...
Jaleel Shaw
Valentin Kovalev
Classical saxophonist Valentin Kovalev is one of the leaders of his generation in developing the musical and technical possibilities of the saxophone.
Duo Aquarius
Clifford Leaman
Critics have hailed Clifford Leaman "an artist of the first orderintuitive, exciting, and enthralling." (Paul Wagner, The Saxophone Journal) "Leaman...
Davy Basquin
Kristin Uglar
Sumika Tsujimoto
Sumika Tsujimoto is an artist of today, who highlights the soprano saxophone through her original and current repertoire.
Ensemble Kebyart
Born in Barcelona, Kebyart is one of the most promising ensembles of the current music scene. These four talented musicians share an endless passion for...
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The Apollo Saxophone Quartet accompanies silent movies with "Journey Across the Impossible"
The quartet has chosen a collection of short films, many from the pioneering days of film experimentation in the early 1900s, and set them to original...
With the ISA (International Saxophone Academy), enjoy monthly online courses and events
The International Saxophone Academy offers musicians of all nationalities the opportunity to learn from the world's best saxophonists and teachers. Going...
EAST WEST, the new album of Duo Aliada (saxophone/accordion)
Described as "outstandingly talented and creative musicians" by the Musikverein in Vienna, the Aliada Duo consists of saxophonist Michał Knot and accordionist...
The aesthetics of the Supreme saxophone
The Supreme alto saxophone is an instrument whose every detail has been meticulously thought out and cared for. Its aesthetics, in particular, has been...
Supreme Alto Saxophone, the new era
After 100 years of innovation, design, and manufacturing of the saxophone, Henri SELMER Paris redefines the modern identity of the alto saxophone with...
The Axos family is extending with the arrival of the tenor saxophone
Since its release in 2015, the Axos alto saxophone has established itself as a must-have model in its price range. It didn't take long for musicians and...
Online Saxophone Summer School [august 2020]
The traditional "Harrogate Saxophone Summer school" will take place online this year, under the direction of Rob Buckland. See you from August 23rd to...
ISSA 2020 online, new saxophone academy
Faced with the global health crisis and the cancellation of many summer academies, professional musicians from around the world have joined forces to offer...
United saxophones #4: The Diastema Quartet on a creation by Philippe Geiss
For the last episode of the series, we present a major work from the repertoire: United colors of saxophones, by Philippe Geiss. A piece performed by the...
United saxophones #3: Claude Delangle plays a concerto by Frank Ticheli
For the third episode of the series, we present a concerto for alto saxophone and wind ensemble by Frank TICHELI, performed by Claude Delangle and the...
The saxophone quartet of the sapeurs-pompiers de Paris plays Handel and Haydn
Henri SELMER Paris has always had close ties with institutional and military music. Today, we unveil a concert recently published by the band...
United saxophones #2 : the Habanera quartet plays Berceuse by Fred Pallem
For the second episode of the series, the Orchestre d'Harmonie de la Région Centre (OHRC) unveils a lullaby by Fred Pallem, commissioned with the Habanera...
Discover UNITED SAXOPHONES, our series with the Orchestre d'Harmonie de la Région Centre
Initiated by Philippe Ferro (musical director of the OHRC), this programme aims to promote works dedicated to the saxophone to a wide audience.
Radio Kientzy, the radio of the classical saxophone
Since 2016, the radio station initiated by saxophonist Daniel Kientzy has been broadcasting 24 hours a day studio recordings in which the saxophone plays...
A saxophone class at Grand Nancy International Masterclasses
Previously exclusively devoted to strings and in particular to the piano, the Grand Nancy masterclasses welcome this summer a saxophone class led by Jean-Michel...
A saxophone among the stars
The documentary "16 levers de soleil" (16 sunrises) tells the story of French astronaut Thomas Pesquet, also an amateur saxophonist, during his stay in...
How to maintain a saxophone
A saxophone is an instrument that must be maintained with care to avoid mould, oxidation and other deterioration that could cause technical problems. Henri...
Henri SELMER Paris saxophones
Find below the whole range of saxophones offered by Henri SELMER Paris. We also provide different finishes and necks. Choose the combination that suits...
How to assemble a saxophone
A saxophone is a sensitive instrument, wich has to be handled with love and delicacy. The assembly of the saxophone requires a minimum of care and should...
The invention of the saxophone by the great Adolphe Sax
Perceived as the missing link between string, brass and woodwind instruments, the saxophone was born in the 1840’s. Adolphe Sax patented a range of eight...
The history of legendary Selmer saxophones
Closely linked to the invention and the history of the saxophone, the SELMER company has created mythical and revolutionary instruments that were acclaimed...
Anatomy of the saxophone
The saxophone consists of four major parts : the removable neck (or crook), the body, the bow and the bell.
Birth of a saxophone at the Henri SELMER Paris factory
Made up of more than 850 parts for the alto, the saxophone is a particularly complex instrument. At Selmer Paris, the production line is completely integrate...
The saxophone family
The family of eight saxophones invented by Adolphe Sax and patented on March 21, 1846 is today focused on seven instruments, offered either in E♭ or B♭.