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  1. Eb Alto
    Okay I can play a scale and slur up to the high F# and it comes out fine most of the time. BUT the problem starts when I try to play the scale, while tonguing each note. When I come up to E, mid Eb or something sounds - or a thin, poor sound - or nothing at all. I cant' produce high E to F#...
  2. Eb Alto
    I can hit an above the staff F (F6) with good tonality with little to no difficulty but for some reason, my F# (F#6) key doesn't work. and I have no clue why. It has no change in pitch or difficulty. and the key works as far as I can tell. I use a 4- 4.5 reed on a Yamaha any advice/ fixes?
  3. Selmer (Paris)
    When Douglas Pipher told me details about my Selmer Mark 6 tenor from 1957, he wrote this: "Selmer 69747 is a bit unusual. It was originally sold to Jorgensen Dusseldorf. It appears that Jorgensen became the German distributor after World War II. It shipped in June 1957. It was lacquered and...
  4. Sopranino and Higher
    Hi, I manage the sax department at Howarth of London. We have the first new Yanagisawa Sopranino in solid silver to high F# and I though people would want to know. It really is fantastic and a lot cheaper than the Selmer to high F# in brass. I know there are a lot of sopranino enthusiasts on...
  5. Altissimo and Multiphonics
    As you may have guessed by the title, I am looking for a altissimo fingering chart/just someone to tell me fingerings. I know a lot of people claim this is useless and never comes up in music but my band director has already asked me if we could play this chart next year that involves altissimo...
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