How is the baritone saxophone sound produced?

Answer The baritone saxophone is the lowest voice of the saxophone family, commonly found in wind bands and jazz ensembles. Its sound is produced by using a reed that vibrates on a plastic or metal mouthp... Read More »

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How is sound produced in a soprano saxophone?

Like all members of the saxophone family, soprano saxophones are conical pipes that produce sound when the air that passes through the mouthpiece exits through the instrument's bell and tone holes.... Read More »

How big is the baritone saxophone?

The baritone saxophone was invented by Adolphe Sax and is one of the biggest saxophones. Baritone saxophones are relatively large, ranging from 13 to 14 pounds, and usually require a shoulder strap... Read More »

How much does a baritone saxophone weigh?

The baritone saxophone is a heavy brass instrument, weighing about 30 pounds. For this reason, it is advisable to use a shoulder strap with the baritone saxophone to help support its weight.Source:... Read More »

Baritone Saxophone Instruments?

The baritone emits a much lower sound than the soprano, alto and tenor saxophones. However, though it plays in a low pitch, baritone saxophone players read treble clef music. This single-reed, bras... Read More »