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BASS OR BARITONE SAXOPHONE SAX - (by Pete Bax)
Pete Bax The bass saxophone is the second largest existing member of the saxophone family not counting the subcontrabass known as tubax not Petebax). It is similar in design to a baritone saxophone, but it is larger. It has a distinct sound but very difficult to play well. Woodwinds, Baritone Saxophones
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368833 0:30 Medium 117   


Track Summary
Instrument or Loop Title: Bass Or Baritone Saxophone Sax
Catalog ID: 368833  ISRC: US5UL0927184
Description: The bass saxophone is the second largest existing member of the saxophone family not counting the subcontrabass known as tubax not Petebax). It is similar in design to a baritone saxophone, but it is larger. It has a distinct sound but very difficult to play well.

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Extended Properties
  Duration: 0:30   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 117
   Arrangement: Solo
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   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
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Extended Keywords: Master baritone saxophone soloists such as Gerry Mulligan, Lars Gullin, Cecil Payne, and Pepper Adams achieved fame, and Serge Chaloff was the first player of the instrument to achieve fame as a bebop soloist.
Prominent baritone saxophonists in contemporary American popular music include David Bowie, Dana Colley of Morphine and A.K.A.C.O. D., Curtis Vanzandt, Skerik of Critters Buggin, Clarence Clemons, John Linnell of They Might Be Giants, Clifton Hyde of Tinpan/Blue Man Group, and Justin Harris of Menomena. Linnell and Colley also play bass saxophone on occasion. Many saxophonists also play a baritone on occasion including Dick Parry, Dave Koz, Clarence Clemons, Ben Ellman of Galactic, the late Leroi Moore of the Dave Matthews Band, and David Sanborn


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