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Robenco, after you listen to a fair amount of these great suggestions, you'll realize that there's no such thing as today's classical sound. Even within the same "schools" you will find wide variations and cross-pollination of concepts. I'd say we are 50 years away from even being close to a single "sound". I'm not sure we'll ever get there -or want to, though I guess it's possible.

For tenor, compare

James Houlik
Claude Delangle
Steve Mauk
John Moore

Two of them are mainly alto players.

Also, on alto, John Harle is well-recorded.
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