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Gail Levinsky

A native of Western Massachusetts, Dr. Gail B. Levinsky serves as Professor of Music at Susquehanna University, where her responsibilities include teaching applied studies in saxophone, chamber music, instrumental pedagogy, and woodwind methods.

As a solo performer, her presentations include performances at the North American Saxophone Alliance, World Saxophone Congress, British Saxophone Congress, US Navy Saxophone Symposium, and Festival of Women Composers. She has commissioned numerous compositions, including works by Marilyn Shrude, Miho Sasaki, Matthew Quayle, Andrea Clearfield, Douglas McConnell, Frank Ferko. Her CD recording Tipping Point: Music Saxophone & Other Voices explores the saxophone in a variety of chamber music settings.

In addition to her performance schedule Dr. Levinsky regularly presents clinics at state music education symposiums, including the MENC Eastern Region Conference, PMEA, NJMEA DMEA, and the Midwest Band & Orchestra Clinic. Her publications are varied and consist of an updated edition of Rosemary Lang’s “Beginning Altissimo Method” (Ensemble Publications); Music for Saxophone & Organ (Lyceum Publications), and the saxophone chapters “Teaching Woodwinds: A Guide for Students and Teachers” (Mountain Peak Music), and a saxophone choir arrangement of Tomás Victorria’s “O Vos Omnes”.

Dr. Levinsky completed her graduate degrees (DM, Artist Diploma, MM) from Northwestern University, and her Bachelor of Music from Butler University. She is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, and Kappa Delta Pi honor fraternities. Dr. Levinsky has served as Treasurer, Secretary, and Region 8 director for the North American Saxophone Alliance. During the summer months, Dr. Levinsky serves as Program Director for the Snow Pond Music Festival, and on the faculty of the Frederick L. Hemke Saxophone Institute and the New England Music Camp in Sidney, Maine.

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Saxophone Alto
Alto Super Action 80 Serie II

Le "Super Action 80 Série II" dit "Série II" est le modèle le plus ancien fabriqué dans notre usine. Il est porteur des qualités acoustiques des modèles historiques. Colonne vertébrale de notre catalogue, c'est l'alto polyvalent par excellence.

Saxophone Soprano
Soprano Serie III

Le soprano Série III rend le soprano plus facile à jouer, plus juste et plus confortable ergonomiquement. L'émission de son registre aigu, qui est étendu jusqu'au sol aigu, a été grandement facilité. Le choix entre les bocaux courbe et droit permet de se l'approprier plus facilement.

Saxophone Tenor
Ténor Serie III

Le Ténor "Serie III" a marqué, quand il est sorti en 1997, un vrai retour à la grande souplesse de jeu des modèles anciens. Ce qui lui confère une facilité de jeu très appréciée par les saxophonistes de tous niveaux.

Saxophone Baryton
Baryton La Super Action 80 Serie II

Le baryton "Super Action 80 Serie II" offre une excellente homogénéité du son sur toute la tessiture, sans rupture entre le grave et l'aigu.

Il développe une sonorité particulièrement chaude et veloutée, sublimant ainsi les caractéristiques propres à cet instrument.

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