Sax

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Something Cool - Personnel - Original Session Credits
... Betts - trombone Gus Bivona - flute, alto sax Larry Bunker - drums Conte Candoli - trumpet Frank Carlson - drums Joe Castro - piano Geoff Clarkson - piano Buddy Collette - reeds Bob Cooper - flute, tenor sax Vincent ...
Sound Sun Pleasure!! - Musicians
... gong Hobart Dotson - trumpet Marshall Allen - alto sax, flute James Spaulding - alto sax, flute, percussion John Gilmore - tenor sax, percussion Bo Bailey ...
Agaton Sax
... Agaton Sax is the hero of a series of Swedish-language comedic detective novels written for children by Swedish author Nils-Olof Franzén and illustrated ... A short, round Swede, Sax has a dog named Tikkie and an aunt named Matilda, and tracks down criminals such as Octopus Scott and Julius Mosca ... an ironic pastiche of the detective genre for example Agaton Sax's colleague, the hapless Inspector Lispington of the Yard, is clearly modeled on Inspector Lestrade of Sherlock Holmes ...
Saxtuba - Sources
... composer Hector Berlioz described several of Sax's newly invented instruments, including the saxtubas These are instruments with mouth-piece and a mechanism of three cylinders ... They should be treated exactly like sax-horns merely taking into account the absence of the low double-bass in E♭, and of the drone in B♭ ... The saxtuba is often mistaken for one of the larger members of Sax's saxhorn family ...