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While watching a dvd on great sax players, I noticed one guy who played the soprano without any breaks for taking a breath. He was playing with some snake charmers in East India--very carefully I might add. His cheeks were swelling up (not from snake venom) with air and it was very uncoventional looking. I have heard that Kenny-G can do this. Can this breathing style be used playing a tennor or is it only limited to the soprano? How do you do it? Could someone please explain this to me in a technical sence? Thank you!!!!!!
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