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The only comprehensive book I've found is Saxophone Multiphonics: A Scalar Model by Thomas Bergeron. It's his Doctorate Thesis from the University of Oregon (1989). I'm not sure how to find it anymore but I think there is a thesis site somewhere. They can be expensive.
 

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Forgot a couple of others. Les Sons Multiples Aux Saxophones - Daniel Kientzy

Extended Technique for the Saxophone - J. Michael Leornard

THe Kientzy book is the one that is the bomb. The earlier thesis is also very good.
 
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